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Contact Admin. While not everything on this list was spotted this week, Guatemala still did not disappoint. The first morning we were in Cuilapa, we encountered this cute little tarantula.
Tarantulas in Texas are scary-looking, but not very poisonous. I was told that Guatemalan tarantulas, on the other hand, are. Yesterday we had an amazing time at the Pacaya Volcano.
But something that was really cool to see was life in the midst of the lava fields. Check out this colorful beetle that was crawling around between the lava rocks. Even though this is about terrifying and non-terrifying creatures, check out this plant that was growing in the midst of the lava rocks.
When we were in Plan de Avila on Thursday, we had a hit parade of creatures. First up was an amazing Pig vs Pig showdown. At one of the homes there were 2 pigs in the yard and they looked like they were about to fight it out. It was not particularly deadly or uniquely Guatemalan, but it was amusing. So the pigs made the cut. This was a female, and she looked a little worse for the wear. We saw a male chompipe last year in a different village.
When we were working up at the school, one of the guys working with us handed me what I thought was a large dead beetle. I call it the Deadly Cuilapa Possum Beetle. We got a good look at this bad boy. Julio Papa told us it was a coral snake. This coral snake was much bigger about 3 feet long and had different colors and color patterns than coral snakes back home.