Dominican Republic

  1. a republic in the West Indies; located on the eastern two-thirds of the island of Hispaniola
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  • Link delicious stuff. known as fufu (accent on the second u) in Cuba and mangu (accent on the u) in Dominican Republic. Recipe of the Day: Mofongo - Bitten Blog -
  • People examine a road damaged by overflow from the Nigua River in the Dominican Republic on August 24.
  • It is estimated that the Dominican Republic has about 325 km2of mangroves that are part of the Greater Antilles mangroves ecoregion and it also is home to much biodiversity. Dominican Republic
  • Tropical Storm Gustav torrential rains trigging serious flooding and landslides that have killed 11 people in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. CNN Transcript Aug 27, 2008
  • The largest lake in this ecoregion, Lake Enriquillo in the Dominican Republic is the largest and most hypersaline lake in all of the Antilles. Haiti
  • The not-so-healthy haul, which was en route to New York, was intercepted at the airport of Las Americas, Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic yesterday.
  • Reggaeton is the Latin bashment / dancehall hybrid that's been tearing down South and Central America, Puerto Rico, Cuba, The Dominican Republic, Miami and Los Angeles since the mid 90s.
  • The wreckage of a pirate ship abandoned by Captain Kidd in the 17th century has been found by divers in shallow waters off the Dominican Republic, a research team claims.
  • The world's smallest lizard has been discovered on a tiny Caribbean island off the coast of the Dominican Republic.
  • But on the islands of Cuba and Hispaniola - shared today by modern-day Haiti and the Dominican Republic - sloths survived until about 4,400 years ago.
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