Una chica en mexico: The tlacuache
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The tlacuache

Remembering the village of my grandparents I remembered something that they told me of the granddaughters of a relative that very moved, they were dragging a TLACUACHE of his tail.
 The girls did not know that the tlacuaches or zarigüeyas they become the dead men and wanted to teach his grandfather to him since they had managed to hunt one and when they went out the Tlacuache had disappeared, the grandfather believed that the girls had imagined it but when one decided to sit in his hammock the little animal I jump making laugh to the girls who were saying to his grandfather.
- this it is the Tlacuahe that we hunt!!!!.

 In Mexico the tlacuaches are the only mammalian marsupials and it has a small bolsita where they guard his babies who are the smallest and very sweet at sight.

Gran Familia
 This little animal was an important personage in diverse traditions indigenous to the past. The most important and widespread myth of the tlacuache, it is the one that reports the prowesses of the marsupial when it stole the fire from the celestial beings or from the inhabitants of the Underworld it to be given to the humanity. According to this statement, the tlacuache approached a bonfire and ignited his tail, which from then remained bare, or hid the ember in his bag of marsupial. Anyhow, in practically all the indigenous Mexican mythologies one presents him as a great benefactor for the men

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