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The Bass Islands (French: Îles (de) Bass or Îlots (de) Bass) consist primarily of Rapa Iti (27°35′00″S 144°20′00″W) and Marotiri (27°55′00″S 143°26′00″W). They are usually considered to be the southernmost of the Austral Islands, although this classification is more one of geographic and political expediency than because of similarities between them and the rest of the Austral Islands. The Bass Islands, lying several degrees outside the tropics, are the southernmost islands in French Polynesia.

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