Peque cinereoargenteus

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This young gray fox is known as the "Peque cinereoargenteus" born in a hollow tree near the laboratory of The Guacamayas Biological Station, they were two brothers and as time passed the "Peque" took hold of this area. He does not like to share their territory with his parents and brother, he likes to hunt rats in the jungle and we think that is his favorite food.

Melvin Narica

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Melvin Narica, so called this elegant and guapachon pizote (Nasua narica) has as territory the area of the infrastructure of the Biological Station Las Guacamayas. Melvin feeds on insects and abundant fruits of this jungle area.

 

STRENGTHENING COURSE GENERAL BIOLOGY.

Grupo Usac

The August 15 2015 we was had the honorable visit of the Licda. Brenda Leticia Vega and his group of students from the University of San Carlos headquarters Poptún

Objective college tour: STRENGTHEN THE GENERAL BIOLOGY COURSE.

After 3 hours by bus the student group reaches the community of Paso Caballos. Our guide gave you visitors a quick chat of the community of "Paso Caballos" and the projects of the Biological Station in the community "Paso Caballos" is an indigenous community Q'eqchí, who live immersed in the Laguna del Tigre National Park.

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