Yucatan is located on the southeast of Mexico, with a coastline extending more than 340 km, representing 3.1% of the national total. It is made up of 106 municipalities. 42% of the inhabitants of the entity reside in the capital, Mérida. Nearly 90% of the state is charachterized by a subhumid warm climate with rains in summer. The rest of the state is very characterized by warm semi-dry climate. The average annual temperature is 26 ° C with an average annual precipitation of 902 mm, which occurs mainly in summer. Yucatan is home to the Yucatán moist forests, which is a subtropical moist broadleaf forests biome.
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