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Bermuda

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69,100 population - Capital: Hamilton

 

Bermuda is a popular tourist resort, also known as the Bermudas, or Bermuda Islands. There are about 200 islands in Bermuda. The following plants and trees grow well in this region, casuarinas, palm and swamp mangroves, Poinsettia, Hibiscus and oleander. Easter lilies are grown for export and for making perfumes.

If you love scuba diving and taking snap shots of fish in the ocean, you will find many remarkable fish with striking colours and markings as well as lovely coral reefs. Bermuda is named after the Spaniard Juan de Bermudez, who discovering the islands in 1515.

 

 

 

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