No menu items!


- Advertisement -spot_img

Popular Articles


Experts warn of Chagas’ disease in Costa Rica

Experts from Costa Rica's National University found people infected with Chagas' disease, which is spread by kissing bugs or "chinches," in the communities of San José, Alajuela, Heredia and Guanacaste.

Bumblebee tongues are shrinking because of climate change, study says

As rising temperatures cause flower populations to decline, bumblebees' tongues are getting shorter in an apparent trend away from specialization. Scientists believe that having shorter tongues allows the bees to be more generalized when it comes to the flowers they visit, giving them a wider range of food sources to choose from.

The secret lives of leaf-cutting ants

When looking for wildlife in Costa Rica it’s easy to become fixated on the unusual mammals and vibrant birds, but one of the country’s most complex creatures lies underfoot.

It’s a stick… no it’s an insect

A stick bug crawls on the jungle floor near Corcovado National Park. There are approximately 3,000 species of stick bugs. According to National Geographic...

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img