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Acklins Ground Iguana  
   

Acklins Ground Iguana

The Acklins Ground Iguana is one of the two endangered Bahamian species that are native to Acklins. The Bahamian Hutia is the other endangered species located off the coast of Acklins. The Acklins Ground Iguanas are smaller and much faster than the famous and also endangered Exuma Island Iguanas.
Lovely Bay, Acklins

November 7th 2017
Lovely Bay is a prime location if you want to disconnect digitally from the world and sway with the sounds of gentle waves on the beach. Lovely Bay is a small island about 2 miles long. It is located in the northern region of Acklins with a shallow passage that separate itself from Crooked Island. Lovely Bay is connected to Acklins by a small land bridge. There is one primary school on Lovely Bay. ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Bahamas » Acklins Island

Bahamian Flag Arawak Indians inhabited the islands when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the New World on San Salvador in 1492. British settlement of the islands began in 1647; the islands became a colony in 1783. Since attaining independence from the UK in ... ... read more
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