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Cameras in Costa Rica show endangered animal species roaming private wildlife refuges

A technology system consisting on hidden cameras or “trap cameras,” is being used by wildlife refuges in Costa Rica. Privately managed wildlife refuges help...

World Wildlife Day Celebrated in Costa Rica

The goal of today, March 3rd is to raise awareness about the current status of endangered and critically endangered wildlife species, and to highlight...

The Fer De Lance Snake in Costa Rica: 23 Interesting Facts

The first time I saw a Fer de Lance I had never heard of it nor did I have any idea how dangerous it...

Costa Rica Ministry to Investigate Crocodile Attack

The Ministry of Environment and Energy along with the National System of Conservation Areas released a statement expressing regret about the recent crocodile attack...

Only in Costa Rica: The Zombie Wasp that gives Alien Spiders Nightmares

Found only in Costa Rica, the Hymenoepimecis argyra parasite wasp doesn't just kill orb spiders. It also takes over the spiders' minds and forces them to do its bidding.

The Mystery of the Orange Howler Monkeys in Costa Rica

Biologist at the University of Costa Rica Oscar M. Chaves Badilla is a primate specialist studying a phenomenon that seems to appear almost exclusively...

Manatees in Costa Rica? Apparent Sighting near Tortuguero

Local conservationists are celebrating yet another apparent confirmed sighting of manatees in Costa Rica’s Caribbean canal of Tortuguero, not far from the village of...

Costa Rica and The Naturaleza Mágica App

Last August SINAC launched an app that would help tourists and locals alike who want to visit one or more of Costa Rica's 17...

A Guide to Visiting Costa Rica’s Carara National Park

As you head out for your day-offs from the city many will stop for a quick look out over the famous crocodile bridge of...

A Marine Conservation & Education Center opens in Costa Rica

Last November The Tico Times first reported on the growing initiative to establish a marine protected area (MPA) surrounding the Osa Peninsula. Since that time...

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