The Pacific Island region covers more than 300,000 square miles of land—of which New Zealand and the island of New Guinea make up approximately nine-tenths—and millions of square miles of ocean.
Although also in the Pacific Ocean, the definition of the Pacific Islands conventionally excludes the neighbouring island continent of Australia as well as the Asia-related Indonesian, Philippine, and Japanese islands.
Thousands of small islands dot this area of the world and are divided amongst three major island regions:
Micronesia - Palau, Mariana Islands, Marshall Islands, Caroline Islands
Melanesia - Solomon Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea
Polynesia - New Zealand, Samoa, Cook Islands
The climate of the Pacific Islands is generally tropical (except in New Zealand, which has a temperate climate), with temperatures, humidity, and rainfall relatively uniform throughout the year. Temperature varies from averages in the low 80s F (about 28 °C) to an average in the low 60s F (about 15 °C) on Norfolk Island, one of the southernmost Pacific Islands.
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