Spotted Dolphins of the Bahamas

Did you know there’s more than one species of dolphin in the Bahamas? Check out these spotted dolphins, different from the more famous bottlenose dolphins. For more information about marine mammals in The Bahamas visit the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation.  Sponsored by The Lyford Cay Foundation.

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Beautiful Places: Park Two

Blue Holes are overlooked ecological wonders of The Bahamas. Although we often forget about them, there is a place in Abaco that is crying out for our attention. Come experience these blue holes and understand why scientists and explorers need help to protect them! The second in a three part series about proposed parks in Abaco, Bahamas. Let us know what you think!

Sponsored by Friends of the Environment, The Nature Conservancy and the Waitt Foundation created by Loggerhead Productions.

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Lionfish Invasion, Part 2

What is a Bahamian solution to a dangerous invasive species? Eat ’em.

Lionfish are invading Bahamian reefs at a dangerous rate, threatening native fish stocks and the delicate balance of the marine ecosystem. This documentary looks at one of the Bahamian responses to the invasion.

Part 2 of “The Lionfish Invasion” documents some of the very interesting research and scientific projects being done in the islands. It turns out that there is not very much information about lionfish or the consequences of marine invasive species, so The Bahamas has become a living scientific laboratory.

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