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White-tailed deers in Celaque National Park
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In Western Honduras, close to the small colonial town of Gracias, the Celaque National Park is home to Cerro Las Minas, the highest point of the country (9,399 feet high / 2,865 meters high).⠀ This site, which means "water reserve", is classified as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. It contains an ecosystem specific to this environment, and a great biodiversity including white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus).
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