Template talk:Islands of Trinidad and Tobago

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Should we add the minor Bocas Islands to this template. If yes, do we do it as a separate section, or divide up the existing Bocas Islands into major/minor? BMW(drive) 13:20, 24 September 2008 (UTC)

Hmm...it would have been useful if I read this page first :) User:Nyttend added Cabresse Island among the "other islands", I followed that lead. It's a good question. I have always thought of the Bocas Islands as Chac, Gasparee, Monos and Huevos, but it Little Gasparee is listed among the Bocas islands, then the others might as well be there too. Though, when it comes down to it, it should be driven by sources. Guettarda (talk) 21:20, 24 September 2008 (UTC)
Sources? We don't neeeeeed no steenking sources :) BMW(drive) 22:35, 24 September 2008 (UTC)
Personally I don't think the very little islands warrant their own pages. Cabresse is practically part of Chacachacare. It is named, but for all intents and purposes it's part of Chac. It's just like the Bolo rocks on the south-western tip of Chacachacare too. The same goes for the Parasol rocks off Monos. These articles will never have much information and could just have subsection off the islands they're off. The fact that there doesn't seem to be any Official definition of what is an island or not by the Trinidad Government means we have to base this off common sense more than anything. --  R45  talk! 04:30, 1 April 2009 (UTC)