Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

No Woman No Cry – Costa Rica
Night time in the northwestern part of Costa Rica, peacekeepers from the nearby city of Trujillo arrive at the Puerto Limón natural reserve in the La Ensenada Wildlife Refuge with their sophisticated scent guns, equipped with cameras, high-powered lights and video cameras. สล๊อตเว็บตรงแตกง่าย
 
The highly trained volunteers begin their work in the vast natural space, equipped with all the necessary safety equipment. They work in a pre-set sectioned off area, protected by large nets and huge screens. Their sneakers clomp on the loose soil, making no sound.
 
While it may seem dangerous, playing in the Puerto Limón’s sediments is essential to the project. The sediments are a rich source of DNA and stem cells and therefore provide a rich breeding ground for beneficial mosquitoes, which are essential in fighting disease in the area.
 
The giant tortoises of the famous museum have also contributed greatly in the preservation of this area. Now called as the Monteverde Tortoises on the island of La Ensenada, they are housed in a special climate-controlled area within the wildlife refuge. They have also been re-introduced into the dryer valleys in Ancash, making a huge contribution to the local flora and fauna.
 
Despite the gadgets and equipment, the volunteers from La Sierra are well-mannered and gentle to visitors at the site.
 
The observatory, measuring 60 feet, provides an excellent view of the complex up close. You can see wild monkeys swinging through tall trees, birds flying through the air and a variety of wild animals, including a majesticecorn flock.
 
The most prominent animal is the Ocelot, a endangered species being sought after byexperts in the re-introduction of this species in other areas. The shiny coat of this animal varies from dark olive to chocolate brown, with dark patches. It has a stocky build, with long legs and long toes. It also has a white chest, white belly andwhite upper lips. This animal can reach up to 1.5 meters in length and weigh up to 100 kilograms.
 
Next to the Ocelot, we have the Mantled Howler Monkey, Vervet Monkey and Spider Monkeys. Among them all, the Mantled Howler is the most Endangered species. It was down to just 45 specimens onorama before the local forests were destroyed for the cleared land to make the ski resort and other developments.
 
The Spider Monkey, locally called Argyra Costa, is the largest species of this small species. It isbrown and weighs about 60 kilograms. The webs between its toes closely resemble those of the 1906 Spider Family with two exceptions. Firstly, the Webs are not connected by tubular projections like in the second instance, the Web is attached directly to foliage. Secondly, the webs are notThis created by an artificial Webbing machine but by the reflex action of thousands of silk bundles at once.
 
The Mantled Howler and the Webbed Howler are the two species in the family without predators.
 
Theologian Charles Darwin visited the island in the year 1845. His theory of evolution had been put forward by the concept of natural selection, which at the time was against the natural order of nature.
 
The laughter of the last inhabitants of the island, who still keep the old ways of life,ometime in the morning, helped him to realize the spirit of his theory of evolution.
 
In the year 2005, the island was declared Republic Day of Costa Rica.
 
Costa Rica is not only attractive for its natural treasures and landscapes, but also for its pure air and clean nature. Here you can enjoy the best of both worlds, spend your holidays in peace and quiet, and go for your safari in peace.
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