Klaimit a Bileez

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Da fahn di Inglish verzhan a Wikipedia moas a dis aatikl geh chranslayt, ahn di chanslayshan bays moasli pahn di meenin, noh werd-fi-werd.
This article has been translated primarily from the English version of Wikipedia, generally using a meaning-based translation approach.
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Bileez ga wahn chrapikal klaimit wid klyaa klyaa wet an jrai seezn, bot wid difrant weda patan weh stan owt eena difrant reejan. Tempricha chaynj akaadn tu how hai er loa di ayrya, how kloas er far fahn di koas ih deh, ahn how di naatees chrayd win aafa di Kyaribeeyan afek di ayrya. Avrij tempricha eena di koas reejan dehn ron fahn 24 °S (75 °F) eena Janiweri tu 27 °S (81 °F) eena Joolai. Di tempricha lee bit haiya inlan, eksep fi di hai platoa dehn eena di sowt, laik di Mongtin Pain Rij, weh yu ku feel how ih koola aal yaa. Aal in aal, da di difrans eena hyoomiditi ahn raynfaal weh maak di seezn dehn moa dan tempricha. Belize has a tropical climate with pronounced wet and dry seasons, although there are significant variations in weather patterns by region. Temperatures vary according to elevation, proximity to the coast, and the moderating effects of the northeast trade winds off the Caribbean. Average temperatures in the coastal regions range from 24 °C (75 °F) in January to 27 °C (81 °F) in July. Temperatures are slightly higher inland, except for the southern highland plateaus, such as the Mountain Pine Ridge, where it is noticeably cooler year round. Overall, the seasons are marked more by differences in humidity and rainfall than in temperature.
Sins Bileez diklyaa indipendans eena 1981, ih put intu plays lat a laa fi protek di invairament. Dehnya laa da fi prisaav di konchri nachral ahn kolcharal heritij, ahn pahn tap, di welt a di nachral risoas dehn. Da soh mek wahn nomba a difrant kain a ayrya anda protekshan kohn bowt. Eech kyatigori ga ih oan set a roolz fi poblik akses, tek owt risoas, lan yoos, ahn oanaship. Since declaring independence in 1981, Belize has enacted many environmental protection laws aimed at the preservation of the country's natural and cultural heritage, as well as its wealth of natural resources. These acts have established a number of different types of protected areas, with each category having its own set of regulations dictating public access, resource extraction, land use, and ownership.