Little Camanoe

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Little Camanoe

British Virgin Islands


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Location: 18°27’30"N, 64°32’34"W
Population: Uninhabited

Little Camanoe is an uninhabited island of the British Virgin Islands. It lies immediately to the south-west of Great Camanoe: the two islands are believed to have been named from the New World crocodiles known as caymans, which were once found on Great Camanoe. To the south is Beef Island.

The British Virgin Islands

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