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Islands are usually of two types - continental and oceanic islands. Continental islands are basically extensions of a continent that remain connected underwater along parent continent's coastline. Whereas Oceanic islands are formed when a volcanic activity or other disturbances take place on the ocean floor. These islands are thus pushed out of the ocean floor. United Kingdom and Japan are examples of continental islands whereas Hawaii is an oceanic island.