There is an island, in the Coral Sea between Australia and New Caledonia, that exists only on atlases and online map services such as Google Maps. Sandy Island, the island in question, owes its phantom existence to a human error that lasted through the centuries and even survived the transition to the most modern Internet technologies.
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