I loved the old Christmas nativity scene in the zocalo on Isla Mujeres. It's a little different than any I've seen in the U.S. Did you ever notice the bunnies, turkey, rooster, and other animals in the nativity?
This nativity scene, located at one of the dockside restaurant on Isla (either Picus or Mininos), is really hard to see, but I can pick out a turkey, elephant, horse, chickens, and even a lion! I thought maybe the 'animals gone wild' nativity was the Mexican cultural norm, but last year when we were in Cabo around Christmas, I noticed the nativities there are similar to ones in the U.S. The nativity below in a Cabo restaurant just had a donkey and some lambs! So now I'm wondering if Islenos aren't just particularly creative!
Here's a U.S. version with a funny contemporary twist. The nativity below was in an Old Town Albuquerque shop window. Notice the dogs! :)