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Corocoro Island

Corocoro Island (Isla Corocoro) is an island near the mouth of the Amacuro River and in the delta of the Barima River in South America. The northernmost part of the land border between Guyana and Venezuela runs through the island. It is one of the few islands that is divided between more than one sovereign state. The vast majority of the island is Venezuelan territory. The north side of the island is the Atlantic Ocean and the south side is the Barima River.

See also

List of divided islands

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