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In 1802, 150 Garifuna arrived on the coast of Stann Creek as woodcutters. They got to know the coast well and became excellent smugglers, evading the Spanish who forbade trade with the British. The Garifuna population grew and prospered in Stann Creek. When European settlers arrived there in 1823, Methodist missionaries attempted to convert them to Christianity and failed. In 1832, hundreds of Garifuna led by Alejo Benji migrated to Belize. This is known as Garifuna Settlement Day and is still celebrated annually on November 19.
Added to the mix are Americans, Chinese, and Arabs. Today’s Belizeans, a diverse population of Mestizos, Creoles, Maya Indians, and Garifuna, speak English, the official language of Belize, as well as Spanish and Creole. Colors dominate the landscape. Delicate sprays of orchids grow wild in the trees, scarlet bougainvillea tumbles over everything, and huge bushes are covered in large red hibiscus flowers. Thickly intertwined trees in a hundred shades of green and brown rise against the blue sky, and under them colorful markets feature myriad vegetables and fruit.
Around the coat of arms is a wreath of 50 leaves symbolizing the PUP, which formed in 1950. The national flower is the black orchid, a small green and yellow flower with a purple base that grows in damp areas and blooms year round. The national bird is the keel-billed toucan, a colorful bird with a black and yellow chest, and a large green, blue, red, and orange bill. The national tree is the mahogany tree, which can grow up to 100 feet. Today it is still used for lumber and furniture. The largest animal in the Americas, the tapir, is the national animal.