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Islands of the Southern Ocean 

The Southern Ocean is the expanse of ocean surrounding Antarctica. Although not a widely familiar name, it identifies a region that is distinct in many ways from the more hospitable Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans to the north.
South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands Loading photos…
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are two groups of sub-Antarctic islands of the Southern Ocean east of the southern tip of South America, north of Antarctica.
South Georgia Island Loading photos…
South Georgia Island is a sub-Antarctic island administered by the United Kingdom as part of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.
French Southern & Antarctic Lands Loading photos…
French Southern and Antarctic Lands are a group of islands of the Southern Ocean, about equidistant between Africa, Antarctica, and Australia along with a narrow strip of Antarctica, known as Adelie land.
Bouvet Island Loading photos…
Bouvet Island is an uninhabited 58.5 sq km volcanic, mostly inaccessible, island in the Southern Ocean, south-southwest of the Cape Town.
Heard Island & McDonald Islands Loading photos…
Heard Island and McDonald Islands are uninhabited, barren, sub-Antarctic islands in the Southern Ocean, far due south of India and roughly 200 miles southeast of Kerguelen of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands.
New Zealand Subantarctic Islands Loading photos…
New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands lie far to the south of Stewart Island and are five groups of uninhabited and windswept islands of the Southern Ocean.
Marion Island Loading photos…
Marion Island and Prince Edward Island are two islands of the Southern Ocean, south of – and territory of – South Africa.
South Orkney Islands Loading photos…
The South Orkney Islands are an uninhabited group of Islands of the Southern Ocean located to the northeast of the Antarctic Peninsula.
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