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Kermit’s Relative in the Costa Rican Rainforest

Scientists discovered a new species of frog called the Hyalinobatrachium dianae in Costa Rica, the first glass frog discovered since 1973. Similar to the glass frog, the lime-colored amphibian has translucent skin on its underside and has eyes that make it look like the famous Muppet, Kermit. The inch-long (2.5 centimeter) amphibian, which took the… Read More

Life Lessons You Can Learn from a Sloth

Aren’t you just fascinated by the wild sloths? Reading about their incredible life I realized that we, as humans have so many things to learn from the wild sloths. Brown Throated Three Toed Sloth 1. BE FRIENDLY Did you know that instinctively, sloths are friendly in nature, especially the three-fingered breed? This should be the… Read More

Watching the Whales and Dolphins in Costa Rica – Part 2

Dolphin and whale watching has become one of the top attractions in Costa Rica. Whales migrate from both hemisphere and stop in Costa Rica to mate and to raise their young. Visitors have a pretty good chance to spot these awesome creatures here in Costa Rica. Whales and Dolphins of Costa Rica by anywherecostarica.com Best… Read More

Watching the Whales and Dolphins in Costa Rica – Part 1

Did you know that: Costa Rica has the distinction of having more months with humpback whales in residence than any other place in the world? Costa Rica recently celebrated the longest humpback whale season of the world? Humpback whales are the most commonly targeted for whale watching tours in Costa Rica? The whales from the… Read More

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