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World Animals Day: the biodiversity in Mesoamerica
dom 4, Oct 2020
Mesoamerica is the third most biodiverse region in the world. Some of the animals, plants and insects that inhabit it are unique on the planet.
A Cicada is seen in a tree, in the Yaxhá National Park, in Petén, Guatemala.
Long-winged Zebra Butterfly (Heliconius charithonia) pollinates a flower in San Agustin, Acasaguastlan, El Progreso, Guatemala.
A Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) in the natural area of Copán, Honduras.
A Black-crowned Motmot (Momotus lessonii) in Nakum ruins, Petén.
A Gray Squirrel (Sciurus colliaei) in a park in zone 12, in Guatemala City.
Central American Spider Monkey (Ateles geoffroyi) with its young in the natural area of El Mirador, Petén.
A Swamp Crocodile (Crocodylus moreletii) in La Honradez lagoon, Petén.
A Fer-de-lance (Bothrops asper) in the natural area of El Zotz, Petén.
A Mexican narrow-mouthed frog (Hypopachus variolosus) in natural area of Nakum, Petén.
A Giant Toad (Rhinella horribilis) in the natural area of La Honradez, Petén.