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Cortana (gastropod)

Cortana is a fossil genus of small air-breathing snails, terrestrial lung snails in the family Bulimulidae. The genus is known only from the Brazilian Paleogene deposits of the basin Itaborai, in the state of Rio de Janeiro. The most characterist ...

Enoplochiton niger

Enoplochiton Niger-view from the Southeast Pacific Chiton, a marine polyplacophoran mollusc in the family Chitonidae, the typical chitons. This is the only species in the genus Enoplochiton.

Euglandina irakita

Euglandina irakita is a type of medium predatory air-breathing snails, carnivorous terrestrial pulmonary gastropods in the family Spiraxidae.

Vegrandinia

Vegrandinia is a genus of medium air-breathing snails, terrestrial lung snails in the family Achatinidae. The genus name indicates its small size. Genus known from one species, which lives on the island of Trindade in the state of espírito Santo, ...

Islamiyah Matriculation Higher Secondary School

Islamiyah matriculation high school is a high school in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. The most important thing in adulthood Islamia high school" education.” Therefore, moral education is given to students. Moral classes are taught daily for one ...

Al Madina School of Richmond

School al-Madina of Richmond in a private school in Chesterfield County, Virginia, was founded in 1998. This is the only Islamic school in the Richmond area. The school offers a Montessori for pre-K standard curriculum through twelfth grade, Qura ...

Fawakih

Fawakih-educational non-profit organization that focuses on teaching classical Arabic students in the United States for access to Quran, hadith and classical texts of Islamic Sciences. Fawakih Arabic: فواكه got its name from the Arabic word for t ...

Melaka Gateway

Melaka gateway is offshore development of artificial Islands in Malacca, Malaysia. It was launched on 7 February 2014, Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato Seri Najib Bin Tun Abdul Razak, in the presence of chief Minister of Malacca Idris Haron. It i ...

Hoy (Lake Constance)

Hoy uninhabited island in lake Constance in Germany. It is 400 metres to the East of the island Lindau in the Bay Reuten and 100 metres to the South of the lake near the mouth Oberreitnauer Ah.

Popina Island

Island Popina is a Romanian island in the Northern part of lake razim. The island spans 98 hectares and is a protected reserve such an important nesting ground for shelducks. The razim lake is the largest natural lake in Romania, and the largest ...

Borradaile Island

Borradaile island is one of the Balleny Islands. It was the site of the first landing South of the Antarctic circle, and has a "wonderful masterpiece" called beat the peak, near Cape Beale on its South-East coast, Cape Scoresby on the North-West ...

Burke Island

The island of Berk, ice-covered island about 30 km and a width of 11 km, which lies 69 km southwest of Cape Waite, King Peninsula, in the Amundsen sea. Burke island was delineated from aerial photographs taken by U.S. Navy squadron VX-6 in Januar ...

Thurston Island

Thurston island is an ice-covered, glacial dissected island, 215 km long, 90 km wide and 15.700 km 2 in area, lying near the North-Western end of the Ellsworth in Antarctica. It is the third largest island in Antarctica, after Alexander island an ...

Burkett Islands

Burkett Islands is a group of small Islands located to the West of the mountains for comparison, in the Eastern part of Amundsen Bay, in Enderby Land. Mapped from air photos taken from the plane by Australian national research expeditions in the ...

McMahon Islands

McMahon Islands are two low, peaked, rocky Islands, 0.9 miles North of oasis hills, Enderby Land. The island, about 60 m above sea level, separated by a narrow channel. Made from Australian national research expeditions air photos taken in 1956 a ...

Azimuth Island

Azimuth Islands is a group of 4 small Islands, which lies 1.9 km to the Northwest of Parallactic Islands in Holme Bay, Antarctica. They share their name with the largest island in the group of Islands of the azimuth. Mapped by Norwegian cartograp ...

Nelson Rock

Nelson Roque a desert solitary island, being essentially a dark rock, partly ice-covered and is 5.6 km North of Williams rocks, off the coast of Mac Robertson Land in Hill Bay. Rock was displayed Robert G. Dovers of the Australian national resear ...

Hearst Island

Hurst island is a ice-covered, dome-shaped island which is 7 km East of Cape Rymill, in the Weddell sea, off the coast of North-Eastern Palmer Land. The island is located 67 km to the North-South direction, 13 km wide and rises to 365 m. It was f ...

Murphy Rocks, Australian Antarctic Territory

Murphy rocks consists of two closely adjacent but very isolated stones lying in the sea about 2.3 miles from the ice cliffs of the coast and Ingrid Christensen Land Princess Elizabeth, in the Vestfold hills region of Antarctica. Rocks dark gray a ...

Henderson Island (Shackleton Ice Shelf)

Henderson island is covered by ice, the island is 17 km long and rising to 240 m, lying 17 km Southeast of Masson island within the ice shelf Shackleton. Henderson island was discovered in August 1912 the Western base party of the Australian Anta ...

Masson Island

Masson island or mission Island is an ice-covered island about 31 km and rising to 465 meters, which lies 17 kilometres to the Northwest of Henderson island within the ice shelf Shackleton. Masson island is located in the Western part of Mawson s ...

East Ongul Island

The island of East Ongul island, the Islands Flatvaer from Antarctica. It is 2 kilometers long, lying immediately East of the Northern part of Ongul island at the East side of the entrance of Lutzow-Holm Bay. The East Ongul island, this island wa ...

Flatvaer Islands

Islands Flatvaer, also known as the Ongul Islands, are a group of small Islands located in the Eastern part of the entrance in Lutzow-Holm Bay, 4 km from the coast of Antarctica. They were mapped by Norwegian cartographers from air photos taken b ...

Roosevelt Island, Antarctica

Roosevelt island is ice-covered island, about 130 km in NW-SE direction, 65 km wide and about 7.500 km 2 in area, lying in the Eastern part of the Ross ice shelf in Antarctica. Its Central ridge rises to about 550 m above sea level but this and a ...

Scott Island

Scott island is a small uninhabited island of volcanic origin in the Ross sea, southern ocean, 505 kilometres North-East of Cape Adare, the northeastern extremity of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It is 565 feet in length from North to South, and bet ...

Coronation Island

Coronation island is the largest of the South Orkney Islands, 25 nautical miles in length and from 3 to 8 nautical miles in width. The island extends in a General direction East-West, mostly ice-covered and comprises numerous bays, glaciers and p ...

Laurie Island

Laurie island is the second largest of the South Orkney Islands. Argentina claims the Islands as part of Argentine Antarctica, and the United Kingdom within the British Antarctic territory. However, in the framework of the Antarctic Treaty all cl ...

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