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Mobula rays leap from the waters of the Gulf of California, Mexico.

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5 Inspiring Quotes That Will Make You Want To Travel The World (Part VII)

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Plan a California Coast Road Trip with a Flexible Itinerary

14 day plan for driving Pacific Coast Highway--I love this, except I'd go North to South, that way you hug the oceanside of the highway.


ღღ Navarre Beach, FL - Yes, the water really looks like this... And the sand is white as sugar ❤️

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35 Of The World's Rarest Animals

Vaquita. This is the world's smallest dolphin and is from the Northern Gulf of California and Mexico. There are less than 200 vaquita dolphins left in the wild and the population is declining. The immediate threat to the dolphins is the use of gill nets deployed by fishermen.


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After this upcoming week of craziness... I'm gonna need some of this Gorgeous Gulf of Mexico goodness in my life!


Vermilion Flycatcher. Last spring I said I wanted to see this bird. Couple of months later, I saw one. Gorgeous!


Refreshing turquoise waters of the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) at Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico • Have the ceremony under the cave

The vaquita (Phocoena sinus) is a rare species of porpoise. It is endemic to the northern part of the Gulf of California. The estimated number of individuals dropped below 100 in 2014, putting it in imminent danger of extinction.[2][3] Since the baiji (Lipotes vexillifer) is believed to have gone extinct by 2006,[4] the vaquita has taken on the title of the most endangered cetacean in the world