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Caribbean ‘castaway’ lizards propagate and adapt – The Seattle Times

Caribbean 'castaway' lizards propagate and adaptThe Seattle TimesBy Brian Vastag Shorter legs provide anole lizards with greater agility as they navigate the shrunken shrubbery on selected tiny islands in the Bahamas, scientists found. No comme...

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Tropic of Cancer Beach is worth search effort – Vancouver Sun

Tropic of Cancer Beach is worth search effortVancouver SunIt's Tropic of Cancer Beach in Exuma, Bahamas, an elusive powder-white crescent that we sought directions for three times, yet ended up passing by twice before finally locating it with gasps...

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Brave Davis remarks at the PLP Candidate Launch – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comBrave Davis remarks at the PLP Candidate Launchthebahamasweekly.comAsk the people sleeping in their cars in Grand Bahama if the FNM has delivered! So the FNM is in trouble and on the run. On the inside, they're in a panic. They&...

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Squid In The Bahamas – Science 2.0

Squid In The BahamasScience 2.0The Freeport News--"Grand Bahama's First Newspaper"--ran an article today that was a mix of highly detailed biology and complete bone-headed confusion. Is it a possibility that there is a healthy squid popul...

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Bahamas and US hold talks on the Trafficking in Persons – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comBahamas and US hold talks on the Trafficking in Personsthebahamasweekly.comBy Lindsay Thompson, BIS NASSAU, The Bahamas - Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of National Security met with United States As...

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Bahamas, 'Barchords': Feist's Ex-Sideman Takes Another Shot With Solo Album

'Barchords' is the second release by Bahamas -- the alter ego of Toronto singer-songwriter Afie Jurvanen -- and follows up 2009's 'Pink Strat,' a record that thrust the mild-mannered one-time guitar-for-hire into the spotlight throu...

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