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Andaman Islands

plural noun

  1. a group of islands of India in the E part of the Bay of Bengal, W of the Malay Peninsula, part of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. 2,508 sq. mi. (6,496 sq. km).


Andaman Islands

plural noun

  1. a group of islands in the E Bay of Bengal, part of the Indian territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Area: 6408 sq km (2474 sq miles). Pop: 314 804 (2001)


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The remote Andaman Islands, with coastal wetlands, swamps and beaches, fit the bill.

At the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean, you can snorkel with a retired Asian elephant Rajan.

The Andaman Islands, where dwells one of the lowest races of mankind, interested me greatly.

According to the latest estimates, the total population of the Andaman Islands does not exceed 2000 individuals.

At the Andaman Islands fish are captured by the convicts by means of weirs fixed across the openings of creeks.

The natives of the Andaman Islands advance another step in the process.

I may want to go to Timbuctoo, or to Andaman Islands or something.

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