On the etymology of Tizimín multiple versions . Most of them relate to the tapir Tizimín or blanket ( Tapirella dowii ) . In ancient times the population and the region was known as Te - cah - tzimin or Tzimintán , among others. The above names mean Tzimin Location , ie , instead of the tapir , animal abounded for the course .
Tizimín today is the third largest city in the state of Yucatan ; It is the municipal seat of the most extensive jurisdiction of the State with 4,132 square kilometers , where live 86 communities whose residents are