Monito Island facts for kids
Monito Island, Puerto Rico
|Area||.147 km2 (0.057 sq mi)|
|Elevation||65 m (213 ft)|
|Barrio||Isla de Mona e Islote Monito|
|Density||0/km2 (0/sq mi)|
Monito Island (‘Little Mona’) is an uninhabited island about 5 kilometers northwest of the much larger Mona Island. Monito is the masculine diminutive form of Mona in Spanish. It is one of three islands in the Mona Passage, and part of the Isla de Mona e Islote Monito barrio, a subdivision of the municipality of Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. It is inaccessible by sea, barren, reaches 65 metres (213 feet) in height, and measures 0.147 square kilometres (0.06 square miles), or 36.25 acres) in area.
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