Maya Calle — Merida!

The Cenote Samula, pictured here, is unique because of the tree roots that descend through a hole in the top of the cavern and travel all the way into the water. The water is rich in minerals, filled with fish, and chilly to the touch. The cave walls are of limestone, and the cavern — whose diameter is about 65 yards wide and whose ceiling above the water is about 100 feet — is a home for swooping bats, birds, and insects.

The Cenote Samula, pictured here, is unique because of the tree roots that descend through a hole in the top of the cavern and travel all the way into the water. The water is rich in minerals, filled with fish, and chilly to the touch. The cave walls are of limestone, and the cavern — whose diameter is about 65 yards wide and whose ceiling above the water is about 100 feet — is a home for swooping bats, birds, and insects.

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