The Central American nation of Belize is caressed on its eastern shore by the balmy Caribbean Sea. To the Northwest is Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and due west, the nation of Guatemala. The Belize Barrier Reef, a rich marine ecosystem that Charles Darwin called, “the most remarkable reef in the West Indies,” begins just 1000 feet from the beach and breaches the surface further offshore to form 450 cays and 3 atolls.
Read the full article in the Sept. 26 issue of Navarre Press.
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