blue mountain jamaica
by meaghan leger
Contest Entry #6- Blue Mountains, Jamaica
Blue mountain is special because:
- it is the highest point in Jamaica
- from blue mountains you can see the north and south side of Jamaica - on a clear day you can see Cuba!
- is one of the longest continuing ranges in the Caribbean
- they dominate the eastern third of Jamaica
- more then 200 species of birds live in blue mountains
- The famous Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is cultivated on the lower slopes, while higher slopes are preserved as forest.
- In 1962, the mountains were used as a filming location for Dr. No, the first James Bond film, in which Bond (played by Sean Connery) escaped in his Sunbeam Tiger car from the villainous Three Blind Mice.
- is the highest mountain in Jamaica at 2,256 metres (7,402 ft).
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