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Mexico Guru

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Mexico Guru is a website created by two female Mexico lovers, a travel writer and a webmaster. We live in Mexico and have been exploring the country, between the two of us, for more than 50 years! Unlike many travel sites these days, we actually visit the places we write about. Stick with the Guru for the real scoop.

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MEXICAN nature -- animals

Spanish: pez loro

Meaning: parrotfish

Al pez loro le dieron el nombre por la forma de su boca, como el pico del ave. Hay como 80 especies de este pez tropical. Comen coral y algas marinas. (The parrotfish was given that name for the form of its mouth, like the beak of the bird. There are about 80 species of this colorful tropical fish. They eat coral and marine algae).

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Stone stairways lead to each floor. The living room has a cathedral ceiling. There is a large stone patio at the front of the home, with covered portion where outdoor dining table and conversation area are located.

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