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The Best of the Central American country of Belize in Social Media, curated to reduce the noise - Updated Daily...http://www.belizenet.com
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The BBC at Carrie Bow Caye, Belize

The BBC at Carrie Bow Caye, Belize | Belize in Social Media | Scoop.it

here we are at Carrie Bow Caye (CBC) with the BBC, deep into filming these amazing hermit crab behaviors. When we arrived on-island, my jaw dropped at the sheer amount of film gear they had transported. These hermit crabs were truly going to be movie stars!

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Papayas and piety in Belize

Papayas and piety in Belize | Belize in Social Media | Scoop.it

BBC and The Lonely Planet are on a Belize roll.  Great article about the Mennonites.

 

"...The Belizean Mennonites comprise only 3.4% of the country's population but are one of its most intriguing ethnic groups..."

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Action-packed Belize - Great Photo Essay by BBC and Lonely Planet

Action-packed Belize - Great Photo Essay by BBC and Lonely Planet | Belize in Social Media | Scoop.it

Very nice photo slideshow.

 

"...Dive the ocean’s darkest depths, snorkel with sharks or deep-sea fish from a remote atoll in this tiny country filled with adventure..."

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Travelwise: Belize’s lessons in eco-tourism

Travelwise: Belize’s lessons in eco-tourism | Belize in Social Media | Scoop.it
While it is never easy to balance tourism with conservation, the small Central American country has long recognized that ignoring the latter means betraying the former.
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Tagging crocodiles in Belize

Tagging crocodiles in Belize | Belize in Social Media | Scoop.it

If it is BBC, you know it is good.

 

"...Once hunted to the brink of extinction for their satin-soft, olive-brown skin, tourism is helping the tiny Morelet’s crocodile make a comeback in the Central American jungle..."

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