ⓘ Flat Island (South China Sea)

                                     

ⓘ Flat Island (South China Sea)

Flat Island is the second smallest of the natural Spratly Islands. It has an area of 0.57 hectares, and is about 10 kilometres north of Philippine-occupied Nanshan Island, both of which are located on the expansive but otherwise submerged Flat Isand Bank in the NE of Dangerous Ground.

It is the sixth largest Philippine-occupied Spratly Islands, and is carried out in the Philippines under Calayan, Palawan. The island is also claimed by China, Republic of China, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

                                     
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