Category: History

Searching for a Pearl

A story from the desk of Laura G. Bueno

“In the dark depths of the Sea of Cortez, a fine particle of sand pierces the shell of an oyster, causing a wound. The mollusk suffers and tolerates the pain caused by the intrusion. However, it refuses living like this. Seeing that its peace of mind is threatened, the oyster turns to an inner defense
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The Baja California Sur economy

Cristina Ortiz Manzo

The native cactus of Baja California Sur are peculiar plants. They develop a symbiotic relationship with their environment, existing in wild landscapes with scarce rain. They are even capable of growing on rocks. After many years, they majestically spread their “arms” and appear as warning sentinels on the horizon. The last part of the description
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