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According to the original plan, over 400 were to be released into the Bay of Campeche, where a federally enforced protection area has existed since 1994.
To speed up construction, engineers in charge of Route 5 of the Tren Maya resorted to pouring cement into several cenotes and caves, according to several reputable news sources, including El Financiero.
Folks from Mérida have long thought of Progreso as “their beach,” much to the chagrin of locals, who nonetheless depend largely on the constant influx of visitors.
According to a recent NASA report, even conservative estimates project the globe should expect a sea level rise with averages of 25 to 30 centimeters, or nine to 11 inches, by 2050.
For World Car-Free Day, the Paseo de Montejo and the Prolongación will be for bicycles only. An eight-kilometer Mega Peace Rodada begins at 6...
For the first time in 36 years, the world's most giant sea turtle has been spotted nesting on the shores of the Yuctán Peninsula.
What truly makes Sierra Papacal stand out are its gorgeous wetlands which provide water and shelter to hundreds of species of plants and animals.
Environmentalists warn that such a spill is likely to do a great deal of damage to ocean life.
Yet another first for Mexico's biggest island tourism destination.
Known formally as the Jaguar Flora and Fauna Protection Area, the limits of the reserve are being walled off by a stone perimeter to avoid encroachment by developers and squatters.
Locals warn that if something is not done the very existence of their community is at stake.
Dolphins at dozens of tourist attractions in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo are set to be freed. The decision has come as the result...
Construction at Xibalba theme park on the outskirts of Valladolid has been completed for some time now. Yet there is no firm date for the...
The federal agency in charge of protecting Mexico’s cultural heritage strongly denied reports that it was allowing the Mayan Train project to destroy underground archaeological sites.
The specifics of the attacks are vague, but most are thought to have involved interactions with string rays in Progreso’s shallow waters.
Closed beaches and the threat of a red tide in Progreso, but not ot all is at is seems.
Red tides have been detected along the coasts of Yucatán this past weekend in Telchac, Chicxulub, and San Crisanto.
The presence of seaweed in the Caribbean is nothing new, but has increased dramatically over the past few years.
Images of Yucatán's coastline supposedly showing the arrival of a "red tide" have been debunked by specialists who say the photographs are actually taken in Florida.