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Trinidad And Tobago Population

Port Of Spain, capital of Trinidad & Tobago. In the Lesser Antilles Islands chain. Population just over 1 million, with 300,000 in Port of Spain.


#Trinidad Carnival #Caribbean ~ Trinidad is the larger and more populous of the two major islands and numerous landforms which make up the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. It is the southernmost island in the Caribbean and lies just 6-7 miles from the northeastern coast of Venezuela.

from MNN - Mother Nature Network

18 strange and beautiful hummingbird species

Green-throated mango hummingbird: This species loves mangrove and swamp forests, and can be found along a narrow strip of the Atlantic Coast along the north and south of the Amazon river outlet. Though not much is known about this species, it is known that the population occurring in Trinidad is now rare due to the loss of its preferred swamp and mangrove habitat.


Brown Violet-Ear Hummingbird, large hummingbird that breeds in mountains of Central America, western & northern South America, Trinidad & Brazilian state Bahia.


Brown Violetear is a large hummingbird that is found in Central America, and western and northern South America


On May 6, St. Lucia celebrated Indian Arrival Day. Indians came to the Caribbean as indentured laborers throughout the nineteenth century to work in colonial territories such as Guyana (1838), Jamaica (1845), Trinidad (1845), Martinique (1853), French Guiana (1854) Guadeloupe (1854), Grenada (1857), St. Lucia (1859 ), St. Vincent (1861), St. Kitts (1861), St. Croix (1863), Suriname (1873), and Nevis (1874). Saint Lucia has a sizeable population who are descendants of these indentured…


Name: Port of Spain Country: Trinidad & Tobago Location: Southern Caribbean, 3miles off the coast of Venezuela Population of City: 50,000 Language: English

Port of Spain, Capital of Trinidad and Tobago, Population: 50479 #PortofSpain #TrinidadandTobago (L4353)


Poecilia reticulata wild type Guppy, population Trinidad Caroni Swamp.


When Trinidad was explored by Columbus in 1498, it was inhabited by the Arawaks; Carib Indians inhabited Tobago. Trinidad remained in Spanish possession, despite raids by other European nations, until it was ceded to Britain in 1802. Tobago passed between Britain and France several times, but it was ultimately given to Britain in 1814. Slavery was abolished in 1834. Between 1845 and 1917, thousands of indentured workers were brought from India to work on sugarcane plantations…