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    Posted March 10, 2012 by
    Cozumel, Mexico, Mexico
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    Under the sea in Cozumel, Mexico


    Cozumel, Mexico – Located just 12 miles off the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico’s largest Caribbean island remains a mecca for divers from around the world. A protected reef system that is the home to an abundance of tropical fish, turtles, eels, and sharks beckons over 270,000 visitors a year. Cozumel’s reefs are world famous….here is why.


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