Under The Sea: Mexico’s Sea of Cortez Welcomes Resident Marine Life 

August 15th, 2018
Under The Sea: Mexico’s Sea of Cortez Welcomes Resident Marine Life 
(La Paz, Mexico) – Beginning in September, visitors are once again welcomed into the Sea of Cortez to frolic with the fishes and swim with sea lions in the waters around Baja California Sur. After the regularly scheduled summer hiatus, the open waters are now open to travellers looking to get up close with the aquatic animals that call the Sea of Cortez home. Famously named ‘the aquarium of the world’ by Jacques Cousteau, the waters around La Paz are home to 39% of the world’s marine mammals and over 800 species of fish. The sea lion colony that lives on a small rock formation called Los Islotes, located on the Espiritu Santo archipelago, is ready to welcome snorkellers and divers come September. From September throughout the fall and winter, curious young pups swirl around swimmers while moms and dads keep a close eye on them from the rocks. This is ... read more
Source: beabroda.com/feed/Published on 2018-08-15By bea

 

 

 

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