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The Chinese alligator, also known as the Yangtze alligator, China alligator, or historically the muddy dragon, is a critically endangered crocodilian endemic to China
The Chinese alligator, also known as the Yangtze alligator, China alligator, or historically the muddy dragon, is a critically endangered crocodilian endemic to China. It and the American alligator are the only living species in the genus Alligator of the family Alligatoridae. Dark gray or black in color with a fully armored body, the Chinese alligator grows to . –2. 1 metres (5–7 ft) in length and weighs 36–45 kilograms (80–100 lb) as an adult
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Chinese Caribbeans (sometimes Sino-Caribbeans) are people of Han Chinese ethnic origin living in the Caribbean. There are small but significant populations of Chinese and their descendants in all countries of the Greater Antilles
Chinese Caribbeans (sometimes Sino-Caribbeans) are people of Han Chinese ethnic origin living in the Caribbean. There are small but significant populations of Chinese and their descendants in all countries of the Greater Antilles. They are all part of the large Chinese diaspora known as Overseas Chinese. Caribbean Islands: Chinese Cubans. Ethnic Chinese in the Dominican Republic. Chinese immigration to Puerto Rico. Chinese Trinidadian and Tobagonian.
The Bahamas The original Chinese immigrants came from Cuba - explaining why Hispanic surnames are not uncommon - an. .
Chinese-Bahamians have a long history, dating back to at least 1879. The original Chinese immigrants came from Cuba - explaining why Hispanic surnames are not uncommon - and got their start in the restaurant, laundry, and cleaning industries. Originally known to Bahamians as "Celestials," the Chinese quickly established themselves as hard-working members of Bahamian society. By the 1920s, they were major business figures. Additional immigration came later from Chinese communities in the .
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