Where is coco island?
Asked by Mudit Agrawal, 03 Oct '12 04:20 pm
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Burma, anadman,maladives, spain and a few more places coco island is basically an unhabitated islandAnswered by iqbal seth, 03 Oct '12 05:00 pm
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They are a part of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands archipelago and separated from the North Andaman Island (India) by the 20 kilometres (12 mi) wide Coco Channel. The Bay of Bengal lies to the west and the Andaman Sea to the east of the islands. The Burmese mainland is 300 kilometres (190 mi) to the north.......Answered by Christine Savio, 04 Oct '12 03:59 pm
The Coco Islands are two islands in the northeastern Indian Ocean. They are part of Yangon Region of Burma. They are allegedly leased to the People's Republic of China since 1994Answered by Radha, 03 Oct '12 04:22 pm
BurmaAnswered by rajnikant raiyarela, 03 Oct '12 04:21 pm