Exploring Mexico's Biodiversity, Part 2
Tue, Mar 21, 2023
LIVE at 3:00 PM ET / 2:00 PM CT / 1:00 PM MT / 12:00 PM PT
Mexico is one of the 17 countries that together host almost 70% of all living species. We call these countries “megadiverse.” In Part 2 of Expedition Leader and marine biologist Melissa Silva’s series on Mexico’s biodiversity, you’ll review the characteristics that make the country so unique before journeying from the central areas of Mexico to the Caribbean. Along the way, check out impressive views of volcanoes, rain forests and coral reefs, and discover the differences between the Pacific and Gulf coasts, with humpback whales and the popular Oaxacan surfing area on the first, and Tabasco’s massive mangrove estuary on the second. Learn about the monarch butterfly’s overwintering sites in central Mexico (which we visit on our Kingdom of the Monarchs trip), the axolotls of Xochimilco and its “floating gardens,” the Tequila area and the important role bats play in the production of this popular spirit, the Lacandon jungle in Chiapas, impressive Mayan cenotes, the world’s second-largest coral reef, and more. After this webinar, you’ll have a greater appreciation for all that Mexico has to offer—and an understanding that there’s always more to explore.
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