Ushi Island

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Ushi
Native name: Уши
Ushi Islet 2.jpg
Geography
Location Sea of Japan
Coordinates 43°03′48″N 131°48′11″E / 43.06333°N 131.80306°E / 43.06333; 131.80306
Total islands 1
Area 0.001 km2 (0.00039 sq mi)
Highest elevation 6 m (20 ft)
Administration
Russia
Krai Primorsky
Demographics
Population 0

Ushi (Russian: Уши) is a small uninhabited island in Amur Bay. It is a part of Eugénie de Montijo Archipelago under Vladivostok administration.

The area of the island is 0.1 hectares (0.25 acres) Its dimensions are about 45 by 22 metres (148 by 72 feet). Its highest point is 6 metres (20 feet).[1] The island is located 160 metres (520 feet) north-west from Russky Island.

Ushi island is almost devoid of vegetation life. It consists of two rocks which connected narrow and low isthmus. There are shoals 4.8 to 5.2 metres (16–17 feet) near the island.[2]

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