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The Saba Island


Saba, a Caribbean island in the Lesser Antilles chain, is a special municipality of the Netherlands.

Measuring just 13 square kilometers, it consists essentially of the top of the dormant Mount Scenery volcano. Its surrounding Saba Marine Park, a renowned dive site, is home to coral formations, dolphins, sharks and turtles. 

There are also offshore seamounts, or underwater mountains created by volcanic activity.

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