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The Bahamas flag

80 Ft down under water there is a cave. It has stalactites which are at the top they do not move.  It also has stalagmites which might grow up to the top.

The Bahamas

Bahamas in relation to Miami Florida.

Ocean Atlas is 60 tons and 18 ft tall underwater.

The Bahamas flag

The population of the country is 395,361. The size in area 5,358 mi squared.  It’s absolute location Latitude/Longitude is  25 N 77 W. 

The style of government is they have a Prime minister Perry Christie. The three branches of government are called parliamentary system, constitutional monarchy, and unitary state. They have no elections.

Basic info

                  

The Bahamas Capital City is Nassau. This is what it looks like

This is the major body of water that surrounds the southern part of The Bahamas. When the Caribbean's warm waters mix with the South Atlantic oceans cold water it forms hurricanes. 

Landforms in The Bahamas 

80 Ft down under water there is a cave. It has stalactites which are at the top they do not move.  It also has stalagmites which might grow up to the top.

The highest point in the bahamas it is named MT. Alvernia it is 206 feet above sea level. 

Climate in The Bahamas

The Bahama Islands are split into three regions.  They are The Great Bahama Island, Nassau Paradise Island and the Out Islands.  The average climate in The Great Bahama Island is 74 to 77 degrees F.  The average climate in Nassau Paradise Island is 66 to 90 degrees F it depends the time of year.

Summary about climate


The temperature in the Out Islands is 70 to 75 degrees F. It depends the time of year. In the summer it is wet in the bahamas and in the winter it is dry.

In the late 1700s, enslaved Africans carved a gorge, more than 100 feet deep. Into a solid limestone hillside with axes and other sharp tools.

Man made statues in The Bahamas

Ocean Atlas is 60 tons and 18 ft tall underwater. The picture represents the person holding the weight of the ocean on his shoulder.

Woodes Rogers English Privateer, Governor of the Bahamas, Pirate Hunter, & Adventurer.

This site, comprising 300,000 acres on Great Inagua, produces about a million pounds of salt per year  The second largest saline operation in North America.

Natural resources in The Bahamas

Aragonite used primarily in the manufacture of cement and as a soil neutralizer.

They use timber to make pulpwood to produce paper and saw logs for constructional timber.

 They use solar energy to produce the salt at Morton Salt.


Industrial products in The Bahamas

Bahama cement company in Freeport.

 Bahamas Oil Refining Company International Limited was founded in 1970 in Freeport.

Coconut trees is one of the most useful plants to humans it has been used for food, oil, fuel, building material, and rope. 

Agriculture in The Bahamas

Onions are known best to be grown on the island Great Exuma. 

With the bahamas hot climate they are able to grow tomatoes year round.

The Rock lobster is clawless.

On christmas they celebrate with festivals and carnivals.

Bahamas culture

Conch is considered the food of The Bahamas.