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Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean
Jamaica has the seventh largest natural harbour in the world, Kingston Harbour.[33] Tourist attractions include Dunn's River Falls in St. Ann, YS Falls in St. Elizabeth, the Blue Lagoon in Portland, and Port Royal, which was the site of an earthquake that helped form the island's Palisadoes. •The climate in Jamaica is tropical, with hot and humid weather, although higher inland regions are more temperate •The Jamaican animal life, typical of the Caribbean, includes a highly diversified wildlife with many endemic species found nowhere else on earth. Land mammals are made up almost entirely of Bats. The only non-bat native mammal extant in Jamaica is the Jamaican Hutia, Also known as the coney. •The official language of Jamaica is English. Jamaicans primarily speak an English-African Creole language known as Jamaican Patois, which has become known widely through the spread of Reggae music. •Jamaica has had one of the highest murder rates in the world for many years. Some areas of Jamaica, particularly cities such as Kingston, experience high levels of crime and violence.[58] Many Jamaicans are hostile toward LGBT and intersex people. •EDUCATION

Early childhood – Basic, Infant and privately operated pre- school. Age cohort – 2 – 5 years. •Primary – Publicly and privately owned (Privately owned being called Preparatory Schools). Ages 3 – 12 years. •Secondary – Publicly and privately owned. Ages 10 – 19 years. The high schools in Jamaica may be either single-sex or co-educational institutions, and many schools follow the traditional English grammar school model used throughout the British West Indies. •Tertiary – Community Colleges, Teachers’ Colleges with The Mico Teachers' College Major Cities!
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