|Bileez da wahn konchri wid wahn rich wailaif, ahn lata kain, sayka ih speshal pozishan bitween Naat ahn Sowt Amerika. Pahn tap, ih ga wahn waid raynj a klaimit ahn habitat fi plaant ahn animal laif. Da sayka Bileez loa nomba a peepl, ahn bowt 8,867 skwyaa mailz (22,970 km2) a lan, weh mek moa dan 5000 speeshiz a plaant ahn honjrid a speeshiz a animal liv gud gud-wan. Dis inklyood animal laik hamadili, snayk, ahn mongki.
|| Belize is a country with a rich variety of wildlife, due to its unique position between North and South America, and a wide range of climates and habitats for plant and animal life. Belize's low human population, and approximately 8,867 square miles (22,970 km2) of land, provides an ideal home for more than 5000 species of plants, and hundreds of species of animals — including armadillos, snakes, and monkeys.