Location- absolute location: 25.0343 degrees North, 77.3963 degrees West. Bordering countries: Cuba, Haiti, US, Turks and Caicos Islands.
Place- Physical features: No rivers, third-longest barrier reef, five percent of the worlds coral can be found in the waters of the Bahamas, islands are completely made of calcium carbonate, clearest waters in the world, Landforms: Bahama Banks, Deans Blue Hole, Mount Alvernia, Tongue of the Ocean. Capital of the Bahamas is Nassau, population, 270,000. Major cities: Freeport, pop. 27,000, West end, grand bahama, pop. 14,000. Average climate is always between 70 and 80 degrees fahrenheit. There are many tropical plants and wildlife in the Bahamas, including clown fish, angel fish, the Nassau grouper, found only in the Bahamas, some on land animals are the black widow, bottle spider, hutia, which is a rodent like animal, bahamian parrot, and bahamian wood star hummingbird. A few exotic trees include, the cancer tree, five finger, prince wood. Exotic plants include African tulip, and poor mans orchid. human features include, 85% black, 12% white, 3% hispanic and asian. Official language is english.
Human/Environment Interaction- The people here had started a program where they reuse bottles. They also have a large landfill called Harrold Road. In the Bahamas they dont waste, or throw away as much as us americans do. Landfill management is inadequate also. Not a whole lot of recourses are wasted. There also doesnt seem to be a lot of pollution either.
Movement- The most used transportation in the Bahamas would be jitni minibuses. Some of the most common air ports used include Nassau's Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS), Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO) and Exuma International Airport (GGT) on Great Exuma Island. One form of communication is using telephones.
Regions- The region the Bahamas are in the entire Central American region. The continent it is in is in North America.