This sculptures are outside "hospicio cabañas" and they are pretty, I don't remember if you can touch them but if you can, sit in the bench and take pictures at sunset, it's beautiful there at any hour but it's prettier at sunset.
Take this animal and turn it into a true work of art, it is noteworthy that it is a kind IN EXTINGUISHING PELLIGRO. Currently, the jaguar is endangered, ie, the numbers have declined dramatically with the risk of completely disappear from the Earth, for it is forbidden to hunt, capture, transport, possession and Jaguar trade, or products and by-products of this kind in the whole country. This exhibition reminds us of the value of this species in the wild and hopefully efforts to keep her alive, continue to bear fruit, on the other hand, was a creative way of expression for artists in Chiapas, because as I learned this exhibition was for several parts of the state and the funds raised by the auction of these works were donated to Charitable Institutions. So around July 2011, visiting Chiapas and found these interesting exhibits in parks in major cities of the state.