Geography

The Duncan Passage is located between ____________.


ANSWER

South Andaman and Little Andaman


SOLUTION
The Duncan Passage is a strait in the Indian Ocean. It is located between South Andaman and Little Andaman. It is about 48 km wide. It separates Rutland Island (part of Great Andaman) to the North and Little Andaman to the South.
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