The Bacalar lagoon is popularly known as the Laguna de los siete colores due to the fact that seven different tonalities of blue can be distinguished between its waters, due to the different depths of the lagoon, inside the lagoon there are three different cenotes, whose waters overflowed and constituting a single lagoon, its shape is narrow and long, 42 km long and only 4 km at its widest point. The Bacalar lagoon is one of the few bodies of permanent surface water of the Yucatan Peninsula, whose calcareous soil does not allow the superficial retention of the liquid, thus forming underground streams and cenotes, with the exception of the Bacalar region and the south of Quintana. Roo, where the lagoon is part of a large system along with other smaller lagoons, such as Laguna Guerrero or Laguna Milagros, which are occasionally linked during rainy seasons through aguadas and swamps with the Hondo River and the Chetumal Bay .
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