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Researchers say fossil shows humans, dogs lived in Central America in 10,000 BC

A 1978 dig in Nacaome, in northern Costa Rica, found bone remains from the Late Pleistocene.

Ancient footprints re-write humanity’s history in the Americas

The footprints were left in mud on the banks of a long-since dried up lake, which is now part of a New Mexico desert.

Costa Rica, others, seek to halt artefacts auction in Germany

The seven Cocle Parita- and Cocle Conte-style pottery vessels claimed by the country are among more than 300 pre-Hispanic objects from Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Bolivia and Peru.

Costa Rica archaeologists in awe as Brooklyn Museum returns 1,305 artifacts

An unfinished tombstone, a large ceramic vase painted with beeswax, human representations and ancient tools to process corn are artifacts of a collection of...

Hundreds of pre-Columbian artifacts returned to Costa Rica

Costa Rica repatriated more than 1,300 pre-Columbian artifacts that had been exported from the country by Minor Keith, the National Museum reported Wednesday. This represents...

Costa Rica’s Guayabo National Monument reopens to tourists after flooding

Post-flooding repairs included tourist trails at the park's main entrance. Some sectors remain closed as park staff are still rebuilding some bridges that fell in late June.

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… the giant armadillo of San Ramón!

Located in the patio of the museum, surrounded by grass, the armadillo is for everyone, and its friendly features invite people to come close. It cannot be damaged by hands or weather; the public can touch it, pet it, take photos with it and get close to it.

Panama Canal expansion dredges up historical treasures

Experts hired by the Panama Canal Authority have identified remains of camels, crocodiles, the teeth of a giant shark, as well as bones of other animals millions of years old.

Costa Rica’s oldest city reopens to tourists after renovation

Its ruins have been restored and more indigenous structures have been unearthed. And now the ancient site of Guayabo has reopened for visitors.

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