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Kivú the lion recovers at his new home

Kivú has been behaving normally as he recovers from anesthesia; he drank water and ate beef, chicken and innards.

Environment officials move Kivú the lion to a new home

Kivú’s new home it’s a 300-square-meter (some 3,300 square feet) area away from visitors and surrounded by nature.

Officials demand the removal of Kivú the lion from public display

Environment Minister Édgar Gutiérrez confirmed that the government has received three requests from organizations willing to provide Kivú with a new home and finally get him out of his cage for good.

Zoo administrator fights to avoid relocating Kivú the lion

Officials of the Fundación Pro Zoológicos, the administrator of the Simón Bolívar Zoo, announced that they will launch a fundraiser to build a new space for Kivú the lion at his current home in downtown San José.

Costa Rica promotes pesticide-free rice farming

A four-year project developed in Guanacaste resulted in a new product called EcoArroz (Eco Rice) that is more nutritious and has more minerals than tradional rice.

Ministries confirm relocation orders for Kivú the lion

Officials from the Environment and Agriculture ministries said their ruling on Kivú is final and that no further appeals will be considered.

Lion at San José zoo needs a better home, agencies order

A report from a recent inspection ordered the lion to be moved to a new, bigger space that should resemble an African Savannah with trees, plants, a pond and trails.

Airport departure tax to rise in July

Even with the $2 bump in Costa Rica's airport departure tax, it still has one of the cheapest such taxes in the region.

Vegetables grown near erupting Turrialba called safe to eat

Consumption of vegetables grown north of Cartago province do not pose any risk to humans despite their exposure to ashes from the Turrialba Volcano, the Costa Rican government says.

Ash from Turrialba Volcano keeps falling on the Central Valley

The spewing of ash, rocks and gases that started Friday at Turrialba Volcano continued almost uninterrupted Monday afternoon, the National University's Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica reported.

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