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Long Island

Description: Long Island is about 125 km long and no more than 7 km wide. It is an especially dramatic island, with bold headlands, towering cliffs and rolling hills.

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Long Island. Long Island extends from south (lower right) to north (upper left) across the photo. The tip of Little Exuma Island can be seen to the left, while Rum Cay (partially obscured by clouds) is visible at the top.
Date Taken: 8 February 1992
NASA Photo ID: STS060-113-044

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Southern tip of Long Island. 23N, 75W
Date Taken: August 1991
NASA Photo ID: STS043-33-022

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Principle Inland Blue Holes

    Dean's Blue Hole

Anchialine Fauna of Long Island

Phylum Arthropoda (arthropods)
Subphylum Crustacea
Subclass Ostracoda (ostracods)


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