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Belize

This is a report on Belize for Social Studies.
by

Josephine Brenner

on 26 May 2013

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Belize By: Josie Brenner Weather Best Time to Visit
November to mid April
Cool, Dry Season Climate Hot
Humid
Tropical Attraction: Lamanai
-Mayan Site Lamanai means submerged crocodile. This is an important historical and archaeological site in Belize. Attraction:
Toledo District
Rain Forest Toledo District is the least developed part of Belize. It contains the only true rainforests in Belize. Attraction: Actun Tunichil Muknal Skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware can be found in this Mayan cave. The Crystal Maiden is the most memorable of all the skeletons. Attraction:
Monkey River
Jungle Tour This tour
is in
Palencia. You can see many animals,
such as dolphins, manatees, and crocodiles. This is the
capitol of
Belize. Currency:
Belize Dollar Fun Facts:
Only country in Central America that does not touch the Pacific
Belize can also be called British Honduras
Constitution: Sept. 21, 1981
Population: 356,600 In March, 2012 Belize was still recovering from Hurricane Rina.


This picture shows the trees that were all cut off from this storm. This roof was made by hand to keep people dry. In the morning children walk to school. Many were seen drinking coca cola. Children wore uniforms. Here is one school that my family observed. The Jaguar face can be seem from both sides of this site.
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