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Little Yucatan Mantid - Mantoida maya by ColinHuttonPhoto

Little Yucatan Mantid - Mantoida maya by ColinHuttonPhoto

Mayan Graffiti - Boat with Three Sails - Egyptians to America Before Columbus  In the deeply guarded Yaxha National Park in# Guatemala our guide and friend The Black Jaguar (Danilo Rodriguez) was able to get us access to an amazing Mayan site. Atop the #Temple of the Red Hands the tallest pyramid in this area with an amazing sunset taking place over lake Yaxha we entered the astral portal. #spiritual  Yaxhá-Nakúm-Naranjo National Park in El Petén: http://ift.tt/2tb3gfG  Within the portal…

Mayan Graffiti - Boat with Three Sails - Egyptians to America Before Columbus In the deeply guarded Yaxha National Park in# Guatemala our guide and friend The Black Jaguar (Danilo Rodriguez) was able to get us access to an amazing Mayan site. Atop the #Temple of the Red Hands the tallest pyramid in this area with an amazing sunset taking place over lake Yaxha we entered the astral portal. #spiritual Yaxhá-Nakúm-Naranjo National Park in El Petén: http://ift.tt/2tb3gfG Within the portal…

Yucatángaai - Yucatan Jay (Cyanocorax yucatanicus) in Mexico by Tony Hisgett.

Yucatángaai - Yucatan Jay (Cyanocorax yucatanicus) in Mexico by Tony Hisgett.

Ever swam with sea turtles? Find out where to go to get up close and personal with these elusive creatures!

Swimming With Sea Turtles in Akumal, Mexico

Ever swam with sea turtles? Find out where to go to get up close and personal with these elusive creatures!

The world's biggest fish are hungry migrators on a mission, according to a tracking study that mapped whale sharks' long journeys around the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean to a favorite feeding hot spot off the Yucatan Peninsula  And one whale shark's incredible 5,000-mile swim could even help solve the long-standing mystery of where whale sharks give birth-an event no scientist has ever seen

The world's biggest fish are hungry migrators on a mission, according to a tracking study that mapped whale sharks' long journeys around the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean to a favorite feeding hot spot off the Yucatan Peninsula And one whale shark's incredible 5,000-mile swim could even help solve the long-standing mystery of where whale sharks give birth-an event no scientist has ever seen

RTSea Blog: keeping an eye on Nature: Manta Rays: new study tracks their movements off Yucatan

RTSea Blog: keeping an eye on Nature: Manta Rays: new study tracks their movements off Yucatan

The daily routines of manta rays in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia have been exposed in a new study that reveals when these graceful fish eat, cruise and visit "cleaning stations" where smaller fish nibble off their dead skin and parasites.

Dinosaurs Were Already Doomed before the Asteroid Hit

Dinosaurs were doomed before asteroid hit Yucatan peninsula says PNAS study

Dinosaurs Were Already Doomed before the Asteroid Hit

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