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The Yucatan Wildlife, one of a kind biodiversity

The jaguar (or balam in Mayan) is he jaguar the third largest cat in the world (behind the lion and the tiger), and the largest cat in the western hemisphere.

Monarch butterfly population will quadruple in number

Between September and November, North American monarch butterflies make a staggering fall migration from Canada to Mexico, that may take as many as 3,000 miles to complete.

Balam: a God of the Underworld for the Maya

The jaguar, a muscular and compact species, weighs anywhere between 79 and 350 pounds (36 and 160 kilograms); with a length between 3.9 and 6.4 feet (1.2 and 1.95 meters), it is the undisputed largest of the big cats in the Americas.