The Jaguar (Báalam) and The Skunk (Zorrino) A Mayan Folktale

By Kirby Vickery on the September 2019 Edition A lady Zorrino (Skunk) had a small son named Tak Zóachil, which he shortened to ‘Tak’, and an even smaller daughter named Ti’ Tu’. As luck would have it, this young skunk was baptized by his mother’s good friend and compadre, a gentleman Báalam (Jaguar). One day, it […]

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