What is Seychelles known for?

species range

. The Ripley Guide year 2005 page 58 publisher Smithsonian Institution and Lynx Edicions isbn 84-87334-67-9 authorlink Pamela C. Rasmussen The eastern subspecies ''B. (i.) coromandus'', described by Pieter Boddaert in 1783, breeds in Asia and Australasia, and the western nominate form occupies the rest of the species range, including the Americas.

science year

; Abd ar-Rahman al-Bazzaz prime minister of Iraq from 1965 to 1966 graduated from King's,

independent online

Afghanistan is baseless. News desk, "Afghan Supreme Court bans beauty pageants", ''Independent Online'', 2003-09-30 Samadzai, the second woman to be crowned Miss Afghanistan after Zohra Daoud's crowing in 1972, received a number of death threats and had to be under the protection of FBI for three months. Farhad J. Dadyburjor, " http

sports writing

, Women making Australian sporting history She used calipers to help walk until she received her first wheelchair. Hutchinson, G. (2002). ''The best Australian sports writing, 2002.'' Melbourne, Vic: Black Inc. p.64. Her myelomeningocele required her to have 21 surgical operations by the time she was ten years old. As a preteen, Sauvage suffered scoliosis, Hutchinson, G. (2002). ''The best

Australian sports writing, 2002.'' Melbourne, Vic: Black Inc. p.65. and at 14, she had surgery to fix a curvature in her spine, using steel rods. The operation was only partially successful, and as an adult, she still has a curve of roughly 49 degrees. She has not had any subsequent surgery to fix the curve in her spine. ref name "aged-3-65"

significant industry

. Initially tied to a basket of international currencies it was depegged and allowed to be devalued and float freely in 2008 on the presumed hopes of attracting further foreign investment in the Seychelles economy. Tourism In 1971, with the opening of Seychelles International Airport, tourism became a significant industry, essentially dividing the economy into plantations and tourism. The tourism sector paid better, and the plantation economy could only

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and Galápagos Islands, and can grow to over On 3 June 2011 American manned jets or drones attacked and killed Abu Ali al-Harithi, a midlevel al-Qaeda operative, and several other militant suspects, including Ammar Abadah

videos including

was expected at the opening ceremony of 160 nations. However, the country joined the North Korean boycott. *Singer-songwriter Lady Gaga used two Great Danes in some of her music videos, including Just Dance (Just Dance (song)), Poker Face (Poker Face (Lady Gaga song)), LoveGame, Beautiful, Dirty, Rich, Paparazzi (Paparazzi (Lady Gaga song)), Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say), Bad Romance and Telephone (Telephone (song)). *A Great Dane belonging to Boycie and Marlene

spectacular success

of smallpox, the most spectacular success of vaccination and, by extension, of modern science. ** Palestinian extremists hijack an Air France plane in Greece with 246 passengers and 12 crew. They take it to Entebbe, Uganda. * June 29 – Seychelles gains independence from the United Kingdom. * September 21 ** The Seychelles join the United Nations. ** Orlando Letelier is assassinated in Washington, D.C. by agents of Chilean dictator

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Verde , New Zealand, the Seychelles, Guadeloupe, and Norfolk Island. The ship's crew averaged around 33 men per voyage. As with other whaleships in the 19th century, ''Morgan'' often was home to the captain's family. The ''Morgan'' was owned and managed by the J. & W. R. Wing Company of New Bedford.

music called

and instrumentation—such as the zez and the bom (known in Brazil as berimbau), European contredanse, polka and mazurka, French folk and pop, sega (sega music) from Mauritius and Réunion, taarab, soukous and other pan-African genres, and Polynesian, Indian and Arcadian music. A form of percussion music called contombley is popular, as is Moutya, a fusion of native folk rhythms with Kenyan benga (benga music). Kontredans (based on European contredanse


'''Seychelles''' ( east of mainland Southeast Africa. Other nearby island countries and territories include Zanzibar to the west and Comoros, Mayotte, Madagascar, Réunion and Mauritius to the south.

Seychelles, with a population of 90,024, has the smallest population of any African state (List of African countries by population). Seychelles is a member of the African Union.

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