Synopsis by John Schietinger
National Geographic: Tropical Kingdom Belize explores the diverse natural environment of the small Central American nation. From coral reefs to mountains, Belize embodies a variety of unique natural features in its small area and features a mix of exotic animals. For example, mountain lions occupy the high altitudes of Belize while jaguars, the largest carnivores in Belize, stalk the river valleys. Howling monkeys and vibrantly colored hummingbirds also receive attention in this hour-long documentary, which provides insight into a country filled with a wide range of life forms and natural features.
Caribbean, Central-America, coral-reef, exotic, jaguar, monkey, mountain-lion, mountains, natural-history, river, tropical, valley, wildlife