The Solentiname Archipelago : Stock Photo
The Solentiname Archipelago : Stock Photo

The Solentiname Archipelago

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This is the tiny island of Padres as seen from San Fernando Island which is part of the Solentiname Archipelago at the southern end of Lake Nicaragua ( Lake Cocibolca).The Solentiname Islands are tropical in every sense. They are covered in tropical tree species, transitional between wet and dry tropical, and are home to various colourful bird species, including various kinds of parrot and toucans; there are 76 species in all. The waters about the islands contain plentiful fish. There are about 46 species, including tarpon, freshwater sharks, sawfish, and swordfish.

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The Solentiname Archipelago Stock PhotoArchipelago,Cloud - Sky,Color Image,Day,Grass,Horizontal,Island,Lake,Lake Nicaragua,Nature,Nicaragua,No People,Outdoors,Photography,Reflection,Scenics,Tranquility,Travel Destinations,TreePhotographer Collection: Moment Open © Steven R House 2008This is the tiny island of Padres as seen from San Fernando Island which is part of the Solentiname Archipelago at the southern end of Lake Nicaragua ( Lake Cocibolca).The Solentiname Islands are tropical in every sense. They are covered in tropical tree species, transitional between wet and dry tropical, and are home to various colourful bird species, including various kinds of parrot and toucans; there are 76 species in all. The waters about the islands contain plentiful fish. There are about 46 species, including tarpon, freshwater sharks, sawfish, and swordfish.