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Castaway lizards put evolution to the test – Washington Post

Castaway lizards put evolution to the testWashington PostWhen Hurricane Frances swept through the Caribbean in 2004, it wiped out populations of little anole lizards living on seven tiny islands in the Bahamas. Instead of mourning the loss, Harvard Uni...

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Re-creating Noah’s Ark, with lizards, for science! – io9

Daily MailRe-creating Noah's Ark, with lizards, for science!io9After a hurricane wiped out all the lizard species on certain islands in the Bahamas, scientists re-populated the small islands with two lizards of each kind. They then sat back and wat...

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Bahamas Expanding Health Care Network – Caribbean Journal

Caribbean JournalBahamas Expanding Health Care NetworkCaribbean JournalBy the Caribbean Journal staff The opening of the new Inagua Community Health Centre in Matthew Town, Inagua is part of a number of newly-built centres in the Bahamas aimed at conso...

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New law to monitor the salvaging of wrecks in The Bahamas – The Freeport News

New law to monitor the salvaging of wrecks in The BahamasThe Freeport NewsBy Yasmin Popescu But, The Bahamas recently worked on laws to fight piracy which would mean that we are at possible risk. And while some feel that the thought of treasure maps an...

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The Bahamian Dream: Part 2 – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comThe Bahamian Dream: Part 2thebahamasweekly.comIt is one of deep aspiration, a cherished desire, unique ambition and daring vision of a Bahamas in which the average Bahamian can be all that he/she hopes to be. It is a dream embedded ...

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Revolution in education, culture and national development – Nassau Guardian

Nassau GuardianRevolution in education, culture and national developmentNassau GuardianCollege of The Bahamas students gathered at The Harry C Moore Library and Information Center on January 27 to listen to a panel on National Development led by Ian St...

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