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November 2015
  For the next few months we’re going to share some facts about the whale sharks every week with you. In this third episode we’re talking about the physiology & anatomy of the whale sharks! The largest whale shark that has been directly measured was reported to be 12.65 meters (41.50 ft) long and weighed...
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  For the next few months we’re going to share some facts about the whale sharks every week with you. In this second episode we’re talking about the distribution & habitat of the whale sharks!   Whale sharks live in all tropic and warm-temperate seas except evidently the Mediterranean. It is thought to be primarily...
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Even though Monday was the official national holiday of el Día de la revolución (3rd Monday of November), today is el veinte de noviembre (20th of November) so the historical date of the Revolution.   At this day, the Mexicans remember and celebrate the Revolution of 1910 to 1920. But why is it celebrated at...
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For the next few months we’re going to share some facts about the whale sharks every week with you. In this first episode we’re talking about the taxonomy & classification of the whale sharks! The whale shark may be harmless, but it’s a true shark, because it has a skeleton made from cartilage, that is...
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7 Tech Gadgets for Travelers On vacation, your first inclination may be to unplug. But some tech accessories can make your travels even more enjoyable. We’ve selected the top 7 trip-improving gadgets—from a video camera that documents underwater experiences to a battery-powered backpack that recharges phones. Whether you’re headed out on a beach vacation or a...
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We’re glad to share with you that every year, our general director gives a webinar about the attractions to go to the Yucatan Peninsula, such as ecotourism in the Mayan world, ecosystems in the Maya area, its infrastructure and the adventure you can get here. He will also give you some information sustainable tourism, sustainability...
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