Central America, or Mesoamerica, is an easily over looked bridge of land between Southern Mexico and South America where the countries of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, contains 7% of the world's extreme bio-diversity and a rich history going back to 10,000, and some feel up to 40,000 B.C.
Join writers Lisa Ruth, Jim Picht and Jacquie Kubin as they bring Central America and the events leading to the Maya 2012, December 12, 2012, with you, the reader.
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