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Pictures: Baton Relay in the Caribbean and Latin America
1 May 2014
Last updated at 17:09 BST
The baton is travelling around the world before the start of the 2014 Commonwealth Games which will be held in Glasgow.
The baton is travelling around the world before the start of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. In Jamaica children sang a specially made song for the baton.
In the Cayman Islands a turtle gave the baton a high five.
This child held the baton high as the sun set in the British Virgin Islands.
The Queen's baton got a kiss from a dolphin with Cyclist Kris Padel holding it tight.
Soldiers dressed in old fashioned costume guarded the baton in Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park.
Traditional Bermudan dancers greeted Commonwealth High Jump record holder Clarence Saunders (centre right) and Head of Government of Bermuda Craig Cannonier.
On the island of Montserrat these runners trained on the beach.
In the Bahamas a group of children from the Road Runners' Track Club got the chance to run with the baton.