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Friday
Feb062009

Iguana-eating tourists face up to being booked in Bahamas

Two US tourists to the Bahamas were arrested after they posted images of themselves eating rare iguana species on social networking site Facebook, reports Freepost News

2 arrested in Exuma for being in breach of Fisheries Regulations
Freeport News
6 February 2009


The two American visitors who were arrested after being found in breach of the Fisheries Regulations and the Wild Animal Protection Act are expected to appear in court in Georgetown, Exuma on Tuesday, February 10.

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