24.7064° N, 78.0195° W
Andros is the largest of the Bahamian Islands and also exhibits greater botanical diversity than any other island in the Bahamas. The islands barrier reef and the extremely deep water known as 'Tongue of the Ocean', together with mangroves, rocky tidal pools and freshwater river estuaries, provide habitat for a huge variety of marine and birdlife as well as more than 50 species of wild orchids thrive in the subtropical forests and the swamps of Andros.
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