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Hundreds of whales found dead in Chile

More than 300 whales have been found washed up in a remote inlet in Patagonia in southern Chile in one of the largest die-offs on record, researchers said Tuesday.
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Costa Riva vs Germany Match Preview and Lineups

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Costa Rica Denounces Killing of Crocodile Believed to Have Eaten Boy

Late last month an eight year old boy was attacked and taken away by a large crocodile while swimming in a river with his...

Costa Rica Plane Crash included Billionaire Rainer Schaller

The private jet that went down off of Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast had five German nationals and a Swiss pilot. Among those listed on...

Rainer Schaller And His Plane Still Missing In Costa Rica Waters

One week after his plane went missing off the coast of Costa Rica, Rainer Schaller, the owner of RSG Group, and his plane have...

Costa Rica Close to Registering a New ‘Oncilla’ Species

In less than a year, Costa Rica could officially announce the discovery of a new Oncilla species. Costa Rica WildLife Foundation confirmed this in...

Costa Rica Identifies Body of Rainer Schaller and His Son after Crash

On October 21st the private plane owned by German fitness billionaire Rainer Schaller went missing off of Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast. He and his...

Illegal Fishing: The Ghost that Haunts Costa Rican Waters

Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing is an enormous problem affecting Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia. In particular, the marine protected areas that make...

Want to visit Costa Rica’s Chirripó National Park in 2023?

Excellent news for all those who want to visit Chirripó National Park next year: The National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) started making online...

Lula, elected president of Brazil after narrowly defeating Bolsonaro

The leftist former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will return to power in Brazil for the third time after defeating the far-right Jair...

A Costa Rica Halloween Story: The Cart Without Oxen

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South America vs. Europe: Is Their a Change Coming in Qatar?

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Costa Rica Denounces Killing of Crocodile Believed to Have Eaten Boy

Late last month an eight year old boy was attacked and taken away by a large crocodile while swimming in a river with his...

It’s Holiday Time in Costa Rica at San Joaquin de Flores

The lights of San Joaquin de Flores are shining again this year.  This traditional display of holiday lights and window scenes that have attracted...

Costa Rican Microbiologist Wins Second International Award for Studies on Parasites

Dr. Alicia Rojas Araya, scientist at the Faculty of Microbiology of the University of Costa Rica (UCR), received the CRPVBD Early Career Scientist Award. This...

Tourism in Costa Rica that Dare not Speak its Name

I was seated in the bar of a downtown San Jose hotel, waiting for friends to arrive.An attractive young woman took the seat next...

Hundreds of Venezuelan migrants evicted from camp in Mexico’s Ciudad Juarez

Some 400 Venezuelan migrants were evicted Sunday from the camp they set up on the banks of the Rio Bravo in Mexico's Ciudad Juarez...
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