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- Adas Bank is a submerged bank located off the west coast of India, between Angria Bank (200 km to the north) and Cora Divh bank of the Laccadive Islands (90 km to the south).
- The two ships searched the Laccadive Islands en route to Colombo, Ceylon, which they reached on 2 April.
- The Laccadive Islands subgroup consists mostly of atolls with islands, as well as part of one submerged bank.
- She was captained by Robert Moresby, who had already gained experience from having surveyed the Laccadive Islands.
- They were present in large numbers in almost all Taluks of Malabar except Palghat, Cochin, and Laccadive Islands.
- During the 17th century, Kannur was the capital city of the only Muslim Sultanate in the Malabar region - Arakkal - who also ruled the Laccadive Islands in addition to the city of Kannur.
- The name "Lakshadweep" means "one lakh islands" in Sanskrit, though the Laccadive Islands are just one part of the archipelago of no more than a hundred islands.
- During the 17th century, Kannur was the capital city of the only Muslim Sultanate in Kerala, known as Arakkal, who also ruled the Laccadive Islands in addition to the city of Kannur.
- It is the northern group of the Lakshadweep, separated from the Laccadive Islands subgroup roughly by the 11th parallel north.
- Nine Degree Channel separates Minicoy and the Laccadive Islands.
- "Australobius sculpturatus" is a species of centipedes in the family Lithobiidae. It is native to Maldives, Laccadive Islands, and Sri Lanka.
- "Tetragnatha foveata", is a species of spider of the genus "Tetragnatha". It is native to Sri Lanka, Laccadive Islands, and Maldives.
- The second element of the name is for the Laccadive Islands, among the islands of Lakshadweep.
- On June 1, an area of low pressure developed over the Laccadive Islands.
- The Nine Degree Channel is a channel in the Indian Ocean between the Laccadive Islands of Kalpeni and Suheli Par, and Maliku Atoll (Minicoy Island).
- They separated soon after; Stout took the "Mocha" to the Laccadive Islands, where he was killed in June 1697.
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