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[6 May 2014 | No Comment | ]

Big Cats of Belize: Five Beautiful Species

A little while back we did a piece on the international efforts to establish and maintain a green corridor running from Mexico down to Argentina to protect the region’s jaguar population, and some people registered surprise that Belize actually has a jaguar population. That population not only exists, but is hopefully growing today thanks to efforts from conservation groups such as Panthera and the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary.
Well, we thought that if people were surprised …

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[19 Nov 2008 | 3 Comments | ]
Belize Rainforest Video Overview by Belize Tourism Board

Our friends at the Belize Tourism Board have put together a great series of videos giving some useful background information on travelling to Belize.

The video in this article is an installment video in a series produced by the Belize Tourism Board. This particular installment covers one of our favorite areas, the Belize Rainforest.