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White-tailed deers in Celaque National Park
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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