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Answered 2015-07-22 02:22:56

The largest coral atoll in the world is the Kwajalein Atoll.
The largest atoll in land area is Christmas Island.

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A coral atoll is a large ring of coral that extends up to the ocean's surface and higher.


Mainly volcanic or uplifted coral massifs- not coral atoll in the usual sense



An atoll is an island of coral that partially or completely surrounds a lagoon.


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An atoll is formed from a coral reef and sometimes receding land or a volcanic structure.


The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef.


No it is not. An atoll is largely made up of coral reef and is generally flat land (Tokelau is an atoll) Samoa has mountains and is not flat.



A ring shaped coral island is "atoll".


I believe you mean a coral atoll


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Fringing, barrier, and atoll.


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The world's largest atoll is the Saya de Malha Bank in the Western Indian Ocean.


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A ring shaped coral reef is called an Atoll.


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Answers.com. The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system.



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