What Is the Smallest Island in the Caribbean?

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The Smallest Island in the Caribbean is the Saba. This Island has a surface area of just 12,949,940 metres squared and a population of just under 2,000 individuals. Saba is the smallest special municipality of the Netherlands.
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Saba is the smallest island in the Caribbean. It's roughly 5 square miles, with a population of under 2,000.
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