Inagua (ēnäˈgwä) [key], island group of the Bahamas. A virtually isolated cluster at the southern end of the archipelago, it includes Great Inagua, Little Inagua, and some islets. Matthew Town is the chief settlement of Inagua. Salt production is the primary economic activity. Inagua is also known for its flamingos.
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