Ratak


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Ratak

 

(also Radak), a group of coral atolls and islands in the Pacific Ocean, the eastern chain of the Marshall Islands. The largest atolls are Mili, Maloelap, and Wotje (Rumiantsev, or Romanzoff). The total land area is approximately 88 sq km.

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