Coral reefs, mangroves, and very humid tropical forest characterize this region on the Atlantic coast - home to the majority of animal species in Guatemala. This is a priority area for the conservation of neotropical resident and migratory birds.
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This region includes a variety of ecosystems that range from freshwater wetlands at sea level, to dry thorn scrub at 1,640 feet above sea level , to cloud forests at 10,000 feet.
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Covering Mexico's southern Yucatán Peninsula and stretching into Belize and Guatemala, the Maya Forest's more than six million acres of lowland jungle form the largest contiguous forested area in Mexico and Central America. This region also harbors numerous Mayan ruins and endangered species, such as the jaguar and scarlet macaw.
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This range of volcanoes in the famed Guatemalan Western Highlands cross an ethnically and biologically diverse region, resulting in incomparable scenic, cultural and biologic richness. It is a key migrational corridor for neotropical migratory birds, as well as a refuge for resident endangered species such as the resplendent quetzal and the horned guan.
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