Does Mexico have any rain forests?



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    Yes Mexico does indeed have some rain forest to it; it is the Lacandon Rain Forest Region, “in eastern Chiapas between latitudes 16°05′-17°45’N and longitudes 90°25′-91°45’W, between the Usumacinta River and the Perlas and Lacantún rivers.”

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