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Two poincianas, floral emblems of the island are found on the coat of arms and also a wild bearded fig tree, widespread in the region before the Portuguese colonists landed on Barbados. The shield is supported by two figures: the fish on the left represents the fishing industry, formerly one of the island’s main resources. The pelican on the right reminds us of the existence of Pelican Island which no longer exists . This island was located opposite the bay of Bridgetown.