Wildlife of the Mexican Caribbean
by David Nuņez

Pages: 183
Publisher: --
Edition: 1st., 2013
Language: English


This colorful picture ID guide to over 170 plants and animals of the Mexican Caribbean is a wonderful introduction to the wildlife you are most likely to encounter on your next vacation in Mexico- whether diving, exploring ancient Mayan ruins, strolling through your hotel gardens, or just relaxing at the beach.

Biologist David A. Nuņez will introduce you to: the largest fish on the planet, a monkey with no thumbs, a bird that spends days in flight, the fastest lizard in the world, a bird that uses tools, a lizard with no eyelids, and many more extraordinary creatures.

Proceeds from this book benefit environmental conservation and education projects in Mexico.

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