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Lying in the southeast of the country, Tabasco lives up to its Nahuatl name: "place where the ground is damp." This is the land of the Ulmecs, "the rubber people." Tabasco borders on Veracruz, Chiapas and Campeche and is washed by the Gulf of Mexico. Its landscape consists of forest, jungle, savannah, mangrove swamp, swamp and coast that support a wide range of land and sea fauna. This territory of water and exuberant vegetation produced one of the most important cultures in ancient Mexico: the Olmec, the mother of all Mesoamerican cultures.

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