Some of the class stands by the Sundial at the Lighthouse on San Salvador, Bahamas. See other beautiful phenomena from the Bahamas.
I. General characteristics
A. Two types
C. General Physical Characteristics
C. Niche/Placement within forest
B. Life Span
C. Social Structure
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