Tuamotu Archipelago

From a geological point of view, the Kauehi Atoll is a 95-meter coral outcrop from the summit of a small submarine volcano, measuring 1,535 meters from the ocean floor, formed nearly 60 million years ago. This is where the Village of Tearavero makes its home.

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Located within the Raeffsky Islands subregion of the vast Tuamotus Archipelago in French Polynesia, Anaa Atoll is made up of 11 small barren islands ā€“ 29.5 km in length and 6.5 km wide, with a total land area of 38 kmĀ² supported by a population of approximately 500 citizens of France.

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