Where are the Polynesian islands?
The Polynesian Islands are in the Asia Pacific Region east of Indonesia, Micronesia, Melanesia . The Polynesian Triangle is 16 million square miles, almost fitting
China and America with in it's perimeter.
The Polynesian Islands are in the Pacific Ocean.
The Polynesian Islands are in the south Pacific Ocean.
which Ocean surrounds the Polynesian
The Polynesian Islands are a loose group of atolls and islands in the south west Pacific: they are part of Oceania, which is not a continent, but a region.
The Polynesian Islands are in the Pacific Ocean
Polynesian island is consider as one of the populous island and It is on pacific ocean.
The Indian Ocean.
Bora (I think)
You find them in the Pacific Ocean.
no. new zealand and the polynesian islands are there own separate groups of islands
All the other Polynesian islands in the Pacific were populated by the same stock of farming Polynesian people. But the islands all have different geographies, sizes, amounts of isolation, and food and mineral resources. Therefore, the societies that developed had varied population sizes, levels of organization, economies, and social complexity as a function of differing geography.
In the book Call It Courage, which is set in the Polynesian islands, the word "feke" is used to refer to an octopus.
The Polynesian Islands include: -American Samoa (USA) -Chatham Islands (NZ) -Cook Islands (NZ) -Easter Island (Chile) -French Polynesia (France) -Hawaii (USA) -Loyalty Islands (France) -Niue (NZ) -Pitcairn Islands (UK) -Samoa -Tokelau (NZ) -Tonga -Tuvalu -Wallis and Futuna (France)
Samoans are a Polynesian ethnic group living on the Samoan Islands.
Natives, who came from the Polynesian islands, built them
Bora Bora, French Polynesian Islands!
Western Samoa && other Polynesian Islands !!:)
The natives to the island, who came from the polynesian islands.
Yes, but they are also found on many other Polynesian islands.
Polynesian peoples who sailed east from South Pacific islands.
The Polynesian islands
It's in the French Polynesian islands
Polynesian people are from the islands of the South Pacific. Polynesia is an area made up of thousands of islands that forms a rough triangle in the South Pacific; it stretches from Hawaii in the north to Easter Island in the east, to New Zealand in the south west.
Tahiti was - and still is- one. There's also the Hawaiian islands, O'ahu especially.
Polynesian people come from an island or island group rather than a nation. It is said they are Austronesian in actual origin and are peoples from the Malay islands.
it is one of the island off tahiti. It is apart of the French Polynesian Islands.
people from marquesas - polynesian - were possibly amongst the first settlers in Hawaii
First Tahiti, then Hiva 'Oa, Marquesas Islands.
Polynesian peoples in New Zealand include the First Nation peoples the Maori, added to in more recent times by immigrants from many Pacific Islands, such as Cook Islands, Tonga, Tokelau, Samoa, and so on. The Maori form the largest of these groups.
because they are allegedly part of Micronesia, have many islands, and are located farther south near the other Micronesian, Melanesian, and Polynesian islands
Yes, Dingo is another term for Polynesian Wolf , in fact there are possibly hundreds of terms , since in the Asia Pacific Regions there are many different languages and over 20,000 islands.
The Polynesian Islands Son of God God of
Yes it is. Hawaii used to trade with other islands in the Pacific so it was greatly influenced by their culture, and other islands were influenced by theirs.
The closest islands that are a part of Polynesia are the Hawai'ian Islands, and it would take about 1-2 weeks to cruise to them from California at cruise ship speeds.
Samoa, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Vanuatu , Cook Islands and New Caledonia.
In native Maori it is Kia Ora For the Cooks Islands it is Kia Orana For Samoa it is Talofa
The Polynesian islands were discovered in 1595. They were discovered by Alvaro de Mendana de Neira who was a Spanish navigator.
The Polynesian ancestors of the Maori were the first people to find and settle the islands of New Zealand.
There are approximately forty Polynesian languages. The most prominent of these are: Tahitian Samoan Tongan Māori Hawaiian Because the Polynesian islands were settled relatively recently and because internal linguistic diversification only began around 2,000 years ago, their languages retain strong commonalities. Polynesians speak a dialect of French called French-Polynesian. And no this does not mean that Polynesians are French because they're not they're Polynesian.
Th Iguana's natural habitat is tropical areas of Mexico, Central america, most of the Polynesian islands and the Caribbean.
In canoes or "waka" (Maori word for boat). They started in Asia, where they island jumped through the Polynesian islands.
Pacific Good luck on daily geo wk 27 im workin in it too :)
Yes, quite! It it is located in the South Pacific Ocean, miles and miles from any other (Polynesian) islands.
Uhh...No, it's 8 and there is a 9th submerged in the ocean. Maybe your thinking of the Polynesian archipeligo.
The official languages of the Republic of the Marshall Island are English and Marshallese, one of the Malayo-Polynesian languages.