Something extraordinary is happening in Costa Rica.
A rufous tree rat (Diplomas labilis) was spotted for the first time in Costa Rica, bringing the country's list of live mammals to 250.
Craig Schieber, a gold medalist surfer, told The Tico Times that he and three surfer buddies organized what he termed a "Surf and Rescue" team to save the deer's life after it galloped quickly into the sea.
Pseudorcas are the third-largest members of the dolphin family and are closely related to orcas, or killer whales.
Great news for travelers: U.S. airline Frontier announced its new non-stop services from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to the two main air terminals in...
On Saturday morning, August 13, the Poas Volcano National Park opened the Laguna Botos trail and showed other improvements in the area. Stephan Brunner Neibig,...