Interesting Facts About the Cook Island 

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The Cook Islands are a self-governing territory in free association with New Zealand 

located in the South Pacific Ocean. 

The Cook Islands consist of 15 islands spread across an area of 2.2 million square kilometers. 

The largest island of the Cook Islands is Rarotonga, which is also the capital. 

The Cook Islands were named after British explorer Captain James Cook 

The Cook Islands have a rich cultural heritage, with traditional dances, music