BAJA CALIFORNIA, May 6, 2014 - Photo taken on May 3, 2014 shows the landscape in the Sierra de San Pedro Martir National Park in the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico. Located in the northern portion of the Baja California Peninsula, the Sierra de San Pedro Martir National Park shelters an admirable biological wealth for its pine, spruce, cypress and mixed conifer forests. Around 70 percent of the surface of the park is covered with woods. A great variety of mammals live in the San Pedro Martir National Park, such as the bighorn sheep, the mule deer and the puma, as well as birds, fishes, reptiles and amphibians. The Sierra de San Pedro Martir National Park has been recognized as one of the best places for astronomic observation o

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