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    AKKS, "Wildest Islands" features the Caribbean, Trinidad & Dominica

    you should watch nice documentary on netflix called "Wildest Islands" episode 2 features the caribbean but mainly

    two of the most unique islands in the region, Trinidad & Dominica

    Trinidad got all the shine!
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    Yeah I saw it a while back. It's a BBC documentary.

    The Caribbean islands don't really have any wildlife. Not even the ones just off of Central America. Trinidad is technically just east of Venezuela, and not really part of the Caribbean island chain. So it's no surprise that there is higher animal biodiversity there... Well, at least for birds and turtles that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.K.K.S. View Post
    Yeah I saw it a while back. It's a BBC documentary.

    The Caribbean islands don't really have any wildlife. Not even the ones just off of Central America. Trinidad is technically just east of Venezuela, and not really part of the Caribbean island chain. So it's no surprise that there is higher animal biodiversity there... Well, at least for birds and turtles that is.
    we are very much caribbean, shuddup, at least we unique unlike them other crappy islands, They never talk about Barbados not once, neither Jamaica

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    if u want to choose a caribbean island to study wildlife and bio diversity you would choose trinidad & tobago or Dominica, no where else or maybe PR?
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    Hispaniola and Cuba must be up there too with their size, Dominica officially is the nature isle but Trinidad is the most bio diverse though not the most unique.. St Kitts, Virgin islands etc probably has like one animal specie lol!

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