Belize and Guatemala are home to many species.
One of the best places to see animals is at the Belize Zoo.
These spider monkeys were at the Belize Zoo.
The local people call them Baboons. We saw them several places. They were near the road on the way to Tikal. They were in the Belize Zoo. And they were at Baboon Sanctuary, which is a privately owned area.
The Belize Zoo has two Jaguars. The female is black (if you look very closely you can see that she does have spots). The male is in the more traditional spotted colors.
The zoo also has a Jaguarundi. It was hiding and this was the only photograph we were able to get.
If you want to know whose hand this is, check the Tikal page. In reality the tarantula is not that poisonous.
These bats were in a cave at Chechem Ha.
The crocodile was at the zoo, but in a bad position. We could only get a clean photograph of the head.
These were at the Belize Zoo. They liked to hide in the trees.
This is a white-lipped peccary.
And this is a collared peccary. We saw them both at the Belize Zoo.
We saw this in Chechem Ha. They call it a spider, but it is actually more closely related to scorpions.
This was also in the caves at Chechem Ha.
We found this lizard on the path to the Chechem Ha cave.
The name makes it sound like a dinosaur. They are also called the Black Spiny-tailed Iguana. We photographed this one on Turneffe Atoll.
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