Spring in the Sea of Cortez

August 5, 2015 § 2 Comments

Jacques Cousteau, the most famous undersea explorer of the 20th century, called the Sea of Cortez the Aquarium of the World for a reason. Located between the Baja Peninsula and mainland Mexico, the Sea of Cortez is home to 31 species of marine mammals, 500 species of fish, 4,848 known species of marine macro-invertebrates and 626 forms of macro-algae.”

For more about my adventure in this unique area of Baja California, read the full reportage recently published on Inusualia – Spanish version is also available here -. Hope you enjoy and share!

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Spring in the Sea of Cortez / Primavera en el Mar de Cortés
Text & Photos © Nano Calvo
Any unauthorized use of this images is prohibited.

Learn more about Dolphins and the Sea of Cortez

       

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