Oceania and Antarctica


How do the people on the tiny islands in the Southern Pacific Ocean go shopping

Most basic goods can be bought on each populated island, and larger items can be shipped via airplane. When residents need to travel between islands, they often take to the air. Each island has an airstrip of adequate length for its own transportation needs. In the past, inhabitants used boats as their primary means of transportation between islands.


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