Barbados Animals

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Flying Fish

Flying fish live in all of the oceans, particularly in tropical and warm subtropical waters. Their most striking feature is their pectoral f.

Barbados Black Belly Sheep: You'll see them all across the island, grazing in fields and even strolling along the roads.

Indigenous to Barbados, the Black Belly Sheep is considered a desirable breed.

Barbados "Green Monkey"

Discover the green monkeys of Barbados! These monkeys can be seen across Barbados with their mischievous behaviour but cute appearance!

The Barbados threadsnake is the smallest known snake species. It is believed to be endemic only to Barbados and the local population is thought to be quite small.

THREADSNAKE - LEPTOTYPHLOPS CARLAE - World’s Smallest Snake ©Blair Hedges, Penn State Leptotyphlops carlae is the world’s smallest species of snake, with adults averaging just under four inches in length. Found on the Caribbean island of Barbados.

Bird watching in #Barbados

Bird watching in

Relaxing with the ducks at Codrington College on the east coast of Barbados.

Discover Codrington College, Barbados, the oldest Anglican theological college in the Western Hemisphere!

Birds of Barbados: Photographic Big Year 2017

Birds of Barbados: 2017 Photographic Big Year - 95

Discover the amazing animals that call Barbados home!

Animal Adventures

Discover the amazing animals that call Barbados home!

Barbados Beach Crab: This guy only looks menacing... he was actually quite friendly :)

Barbados Beach Crab: This guy only looks menacing.

Barbados Timelapse, Birds, Nature & Insects

Barbados Timelapse, Birds, Nature & Insects

These unique tours invite you to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Barbados....

These unique tours invite you to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Barbados.

Unusual sighting of a pelican off the west coast of Barbados. We managed to capture it in this sunset silhouette. Did you know that the pelican is featured on our Coat of Arms?

Unusual sighting of a pelican off the west coast of Barbados. We managed to capture it in this sunset silhouette. Did you know that the pelican is featured on our Coat of Arms?

Barbados Island Tour with Lunch and Wildlife Sanctuary

Barbados Island Tour with Lunch and Wildlife Sanctuary

Sandpipers along the shore in Barbados. You'll often see them dancing with waves.

Sandpipers along the shore in Barbados.

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