Category: Belize Photos

The Chaa Creek Chultun

The Chaa Creek Chultun is another indication of Maya existence at Chaa Creek Nature Reserve

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Updated 4 years ago
A chultun is a subterranean chamber carved by the ancient Maya, out of the soft limestone bedrock, that has a narrow cylindrical opening. Chultuns can be vastly found in Central America, primarily in locations near Maya archaeological temple sites.
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The Soursop: Possible Ailment Against Cancer?

The Soursop Fruit- Possible Counteragent Against Cancer

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Updated 5 years ago
Today’s Belize Photo of the Day is the Soursop and is scientifically known as Annona muricata. It is a native species to Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Northern South America, and is recognized as Guanabana in Latin American countries. This picture was photographed at the Maya Organic Farm on a tree that could have up to forty healthy fruits at a given time.
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