Why has your Mexican redknee Zoe gone bald around her rump she is 9 months old and you had her 1 month she's quite a flicker but you don't think she should be bald and have bright orange skin showing?
Well if your talking about a Baboon, first of all its not going
to be Mexican. They are supposed to have bald, reddish rump. If
your talking about a "flicker" as in flicking poo, this is common
when trying to domesticate a baboon.
People who dont live on the border wont believe this but yes the Border Patrol is around 80% Latino. Most are Mexican Americans. To become an agent you need to learn Spanish and study up on Mexican culture and that is why Mexican Americans are perfect candidates for the Border Patrol. Most of them have grown up in the border and know somewhat how things work around here.
These two hot guys are always trying to get your attention by both showing off around you at the same time so are they competing for you?
If you so wished to do so, you could. However, many people from around the world believe that it goes against the generally accepted code of ethics, as Mexican jumping beans grow into Mexicans. This is rather similar to planting an unborn baby in the soil. Of course, if you do plant a Mexican jumping bean, then you are completely responsible for the newborn Mexican.
At six weeks pregnant the baby is around 10mm big. If you are showing it is probably a distention of your bowel, more than the baby pushing your belly out. I would say that you are not "showing" in the true sense, but it is possible that your belly is sticking out a bit. You are more likely to begin showing at around 10 weeks pregnant.
The best-known around the world is the mariachi music, which was invented in the Mexican state of Jalisco during the 19th century. There are however, some more modern music styles interpreted in Mexico, which are quite popular nowadays: Banda Sinaloense Mexican Cumbia Musica NorteÃ±a Pasito Duranguense
According to leading coin appraisers, the value of a 1955 50 peso Mexican gold coin is $280. This is, however, if the coin is in good condition. If the coin comes with a display case, the value is around $300. For 50 peso Mexican gold coins from 1955 that are not in good condition, their value ranges from $165 to $179.