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Frida, the rescue dog who became a national sensation during the aftermath of the 2017 Mexico City earthquake, has passed away. Frida retired from active...
The birth of a two-headed pig is fodder for Yucatán's latest viral news. In the southeastern Yucatecan municipality of Sacalum, Álvaro Chan Aban posted the...
Check out our video review of Mérida's new electric carriages
After years of negotiations, the first six electric tourist carriages arrived in Mérida.
An illegal lasso tournament in the Kanasín community of San Antonio Tehuitz ended in tragedy Sunday when an 18-year-old vaquero slipped from his horse...
Federal laws protecting wild animals from public exhibitions have long been on the books.
Swarovski diamonds and real pearls hit the dogwalk this weekend in a spectacular doggy fashion show, closing off a highly successful pet expo at...
Marine Biologist, Jesús Manuel Cuevas Medina answers our questions about the health of Yucatán’s sea turtle population and how we can help.
The collapse of a horse pulling a tourist carriage in Izamal has reignited the debate surrounding animal welfare in Yucatán.
Yesterday, a trafficked tiger cub was discovered inside a box by Mexico's national guard in Mérida's international airport.
Wildlife authorities and biologists are showing concern over an increase in the number of beached dolphins found on Yucatán’s beaches. Over the weekend, four deceased...
It would seem that despite the consequences, smugglers have not been dissuaded from trafficking live animals through Mérida’s airport.
The protestors set up camp outside of the facility and took to laying on mats and pieces of cardboard to demonstrate their commitment to settling the issue without violence.
Once again, a clandestine visitor has broken the rules at Chichén Itzá by climbing Kukulcán’s famed pyramid.
A land turtle was found inside a cardboard box within a suitcase at the Mérida international airport.
The number of stray dogs and cats on the streets and beaches of Progreso has become a public health hazard, admits Mayor Julián Zacarías Curi.