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|Native name: Beiginis|
Beginish as seen from Kerry's The Great Blasket Island
|Area||0.13 km2 (0.050 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||14 m (46 ft)|
It is a low-lying island (14 metres high) with an area of 13 hectares in Blasket Sound, between Great Blasket Island and the mainland. It has a large colony of Arctic terns. The island is also the main birthing site for grey seals.
- Emerald Green: An Ecocritical Study of Irish Literature, Timothy Wenzell; ProQuest, 2008; see books.google.it (accessed on 2015-02-18)
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