This small island plays a large role in the ecosystem of the entire Bahamian island system. As the ocean current flows through the island, the plant life, birds, and other animals help filter the water that will eventually reach the rest of the Bahamas, one small change can cause severe repercussions.
At 31,360 acres, Little Inagua Island is one of the largest uninhabited islands in the Caribbean.
Visitors to this cay will see some of the most famous and fragile species in the area, including sea turtles, flamingos, parrots, and numerous other animals.
Little Inagua National Park is located toward the center of the island of Little Inagua.
Little Inagua Island, Little Inagua, Bahamas
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