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The largest island of the more densely populated southwestern Oceanic island group is A. New Caledonia. B. Papua New Guinea. C. Vanuatu. D. Fiji.
Bemuda is the most densely populated Oceanic Island group.
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The largest island of the more densely populated southwestern Oceanic island group is Papua New Guinea.

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