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Greater Antilles

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • An island group of the northern West Indies including Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, and Puerto Rico.

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  • proper noun The islands of Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica and Puerto Rico, in the Caribbean Sea.

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  • noun a group of islands in the western West Indies

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Examples

  • Today, the islands of Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica and Puerto Rico - collectively known as the Greater Antilles - are home to more than 100 Anolis species, ranging from lanky lizards that perch in bushes, to stocky, long-legged lizards that live on tree trunks, to foot-long 'giants' that roam the upper branches of trees.

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  • Hispaniola's flowers and trees, her greens, up from the Greater Antilles

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  • Source: Mifter/Wikipedia See Hispaniolan moist forests, Hispaniolan pine forests, Enriquillo wetlands, and Greater Antilles mangroves

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  • It is estimated that Haiti has about 134 km2of mangroves that are part of the Greater Antilles mangroves ecoregion and it is home to much biodiversity.

    Haiti

  • Hispaniola is part of the group of islands known as the Greater Antilles.

    Haiti

  • The main island of Puerto Rico is the smallest by land area and second smallest by population among the four large islands of the Greater Antilles, which also include Cuba, Hispaniola, and Jamaica.

    Puerto Rico

  • It is estimated that the Dominican Republic has about 325 km2of mangroves that are part of the Greater Antilles mangroves ecoregion and it also is home to much biodiversity.

    Dominican Republic

  • It is estimated that the Dominican Republic has about 325 km2of mangroves that are part of the Greater Antilles mangroves ecoregion and it also is home to much biodiversity.

    Dominican Republic

  • The grapefruit and white rum Hemingway daiquiri comes off as a rummy lemonade; the Greater Antilles mixes Goslings with a dry housemade ginger beer.

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  • The main island of Puerto Rico is the smallest by land area and second smallest by population among the four large islands of the Greater Antilles, which also include Cuba, Hispaniola, and Jamaica.

    Puerto Rico

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