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Europe blacklists Belize for illegal unreported unregulated fishing
Belize has been blacklisted by the European Union among eight countries that are considered non-cooperative in the fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing."
The Lionfish Invasion – How Did It Start?
The Lionfish is a threat to native species in the caribbean waters. We explain how the Lionfish invasion started and share interesting Lionfish facts.

OAS says Guatemala Will Not Offend Belize at General Assembly
alt On Tuesday April 16th the Assistant Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Albert Ramdin, held a press briefing to update the media on activities of the organization in particular, the OAS' General Assembly which will be held in Antigua, Guatemala on June 6th
Evocative images show how modern-day Mayans have continued traditional way of life

Even as anthropologists and archaeologists continue to puzzle over the eclipse of the Mayan empire, the Maya themselves are still here, with estimated 6.2million living in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

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Luxury Travel Misses The Point
Oh, I love the idea of this article...there are so many adventures in Belize that don't require luxury, even if you have the money, think about adventure and the "real Belize' over luxury...   "...If you are unable to detach yourself from your wealth, your comfort and your entitlement for even a few days, then please just stay at home..." See on www.huffingtonpost.com
Happy Birthday Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Belize
It was a pleasure to hear of a birthday on July 2nd, happening in Belize, site of the greatest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. It was a birthday marking the authorization of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, 25 years ago.
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Scientists Discover New Threats to Corals


Scientists Discover New Threats to Corals - Most corals thrive only in shallow waters, where there is enough light for them to grow. But the rapid rise in sea level, due to the melting of polar ice, is making these conditions increasingly scarce.

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5 Questions About Travel For Photographer Macduff Everton

Good advice from a photographer visiting our region for over 40 years.

People are making billions of dollars every year off the Maya. There is the Mundo Maya, Riviera Maya, Playa Maya, Ruta Maya, but the Maya aren't profiting from this. They are the employees rather than the owners. See on www.huffingtonpost.com
A Day at the Seashore

Sometimes it is the little things that catch a photographer's eye...
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Kriol Word of the Day: balbamowt

usage: Sohn blabamowt gaahn tel mi waif how Ah mi deh wid laydi.

Translation: Visit the site.

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