Storo (Danish: Storø, means Big island) is an uninhabited island in the Scoresbysund fjord, Sermersooq Municipality, eastern Greenland. The island has an area of 198.3 km² and has a shoreline of 63.3 kilometres. It has a mountain of 1,770 metres (5,810 ft) height, meaning it is an ultra prominent mountain. Currently, the Canadian public company Greenland Resources Inc  holds the mineral rights for Storø and is conducting advance exploration programs to evaluate the economic feasibility of building a gold mine.
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