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Cook Island is the central and largest island of South Sandwich Islands in the far south Atlantic Ocean. Southern Thule was discovered by a British expedition under Captain James Cook in 1775. The island was named for Cook by a Russian expedition under Bellingshausen, which explored the South Sandwich Islands in 1819–20.
Cook Island measures about 6 by 3 km (3.7 by 1.9 mi) wide. It is heavily glaciated and uninhabited. Its highest peak, Mount Harmer, rises to 1,115 m (3,658 ft).
Portugal, Brazil, Ocean, Africa, Asia
Argentina, United Kingdom, British overseas territories, London, Whaling
Antarctica, James Cook, Russian Empire, Estonia, Southern Ocean
United Kingdom, British Overseas Territories, Argentina, Falkland Islands, British Virgin Islands
Antarctica, Russia, Motu One (Society Islands), South Sandwich Islands, Thule Island
Príncipe, Madeira, Savage Islands, São Tomé Island, Bellingshausen Island
Equator, Southern Ocean, Antarctica, Circle of latitude, Earth