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Finally #CaribbeanClassifieds has moved to new website. Celebrate with us and win one week Featured Ad, if you are in the first 100 posters of #FREE #Classifieds - STARTING NOW!!!! www.caribbeanfreeads.com
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Brown Anole http://ow.ly/PgtU0 The brown anole is a member of the spiny lizard family and native to Cuba and the Bahamas. Common, and invasive to the United States, it is spreading north from the Florida Keys, and in a little more more than a century it has established itself as far north as Georgia and as far west as Texas in recent years. The problem with this particular species is that it is outcompeting the native and less aggressive green anole, with the additional pressure of adult male brown anoles having been known to prey on young green anoles. This particular individual resting on a banana tree in Fort Myers, Florida is a female. Males tend to be larger and more boldly patterned.
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in tree at adelaide beach Bahamas
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Our team recommends seeking adventure at Dry Tortugas National Park. http://bit.ly/1JHJY54
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"My favorite scene of Pirates of the Caribbean:On stranger tides (4)
Syrena and Philip"  ^-^
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#‎Celebrating‬ a ‪#‎Decade‬ this year. Founded 2005 © ‪#‎Caribbean‬ ‪#‎Classifieds‬. We will be moving to new domain soon!!!!
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Staniel Cay Airport (TYM) is like other landing strips that dot the 700 islands of The Bahamas in that it serves as a first taste of pure paradise. More here: http://bit.ly/17Kd3rp

#Bahamas #Caribbean
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Children Seeing Fewer Fast Food Ads On TV, But More On Social Media:
Children ages 6 to 11 saw 10% fewer fast food ads between 2009 and 2012, but still saw around three to five TV ads a day in 2012, according to a new report by the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity. Many children see ads that aren't directly marketed to them.

Read more:http://cir.ca/news/children-and-fast-food-ads
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