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Reptiles and Birds of the Cay Sal Bank, Bahama Islands Donald W. Buden and Albert Schwartz Probably the least known faunistically of the Bahama Islands, and even of the entire Antillean region itself, is the Cay Sal Bank, whose scattered islands lie on the periphery of the 85 kilometer- wide bank, about 160 kilometers south-southeast of Florida and 85 kilometers north of Las Villas Province, Cuba. The edge of Great Bahama Bank lies about 100 kilometers east of the Cay Sal Bank, but the nearest adjacent Bahama island on the Great Bank is An- dros, some 180 kilometers to the east ( Fig. 1 ) . Although politically and geologically (as a portion of the Cuban foreland) part of the Bahama Islands, the Cay Sal Bank is far removed from the main mass of the Bahamian archipelago and in actuality lies much closer _2^Sal Bankr*'\ \\ "f)\' :

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Reptiles and birds of the Cay Sal Bank, Bahama Islands

D W Buden and A Schwartz
Quarterly Journal of The Florida Academy of Sciences 31: 290-320 (1969)

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