The lowland rainforest of Chiapas, Campeche and Quintana Roo is home to such exotic wildlife as ocelots, margays, whitetail deer, anteaters, peccaries, tapirs, howler and spider monkeys and jaguars, the largest wildcats in the Americas. Birdlife, especially, seems to abound, including toucans, parrots and macaws, hummingbirds and others. At the height of their development (AD 250-900), the Mayans built extraordinary temples and ceremonial centers, many of which are now engulfed by the rainforest. Among the most important archaeological sites, Chicanna and Becan are located near Campeche. This location has been recognized and published by the “New York Times” as one of the “52 Places to Go in 2015.”
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