Maya octopus could leave Yucatan due to climate change

The region’s endemic octopus, the Maya Octopus, is highly sensitive to changes in temperature.  (MÉRIDA,.

Maya octopus could leave Yucatan due to climate change

Climate change could affect one of the most important fisheries in Yucatan. The region’s endemic.

The White Lady, endemic fish of the Yucatan Peninsula threatened by water pollution

Merida, Yucatan, (September 24, 2021).- The entrails of the Yucatecan slabs are home to species.

Crowned Tolok ‘dinosaur look alike’ carries out important insect pest control labor

YUCATÁN, (June 08, 2021).- The crowned lemacto, better known as crowned tolok is a native.

The Maya octopus, a species endemic to the Yucatan peninsula with high ecological and commercial value

Mèrida, Yucatàn (May 07, 2021).- The Maya octopus is a species exclusive to the Yucatan.

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