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Belize State Overview

Belize State Overview

Data of interest The capital of Belize is Belmopan, since 1970, the old capital, Belize City, was abandoned because of the hurricanes. The official language is English, although Spanish is mostly spoken. The form of government is a parliamentary democracy, whose head of state is the monarch of the United Kingdom, since it is part of the Commonwealth. The currency is the Belizean dollar and is in the UTC time zone. Relief Its relief is divided into four sectors. The north is a natural extension…

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Belize Wildlife and Economy

Belize Wildlife and Economy

Animals and Plants What animals live in Belize? The largest predator in Belize is the jaguar. Its relatives such as the jaguarundi, the puma and the ocelot are smaller. Other predators are the gray fox, the coyote, the Central American cat frett, the long-tailed weasel and the tayra. The Eastern Spotted Skunk is just as indigenous to Belize as the Central American tapir, also known as the Baird tapir. The tapir is the largest mammal in Belize and is considered…

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Belize Guide

Belize Guide

Country data Location: Central America Time zone: CET – 7 (during summer time: CET – 8) Total area: 22,966 km² Land area: 22,806 km² Water area: 160 km² Length of the state border: 542 km including: Guatemala: 266 km Mexico: 276 km Coastline: 386 km Capital: Belmopan Districts: 6 Belize, Cayo, Corozal, Orange Walk, Stann Creek, Toledo Electric current: 110 V / 60 Hz Telephone code: 00 501 (Source: Allcitycodes) Highest point: Doyle’s Delight Population Population: approx. 340,000 residents (Countryaah,…

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