Hamaca's sloth

Survival of the Slowest

With 51,100km2, Costa Rica' accounts for only 0.03 percent of the earth's surface. In spite of its size, its biodiversity is truly amazing. It...

Marino Ballena National Park: A Natural World of Wonders

The beautiful Marino Ballena National Park is one of the most unique places in our country. It is located along the Central Pacific coast...

European Chamber Calls for the End of Single-Use Plastics

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) spoke on Wednesday in favor of banning certain single-use plastic items such as bags, applicators, and straws in...

Researchers Seek Greater Information on Species in Isla del Coco

With the participation of officials of the Isla del Coco National Park (PNIC), the "Monitoring Protocol for Pelagic Species and Geological Formations in Isla...

Beer: A Beverage Threatened by Climate Change

As the century progresses, there will be less beer and it will be more expensive to get. Climate change is causing a greater frequency...

Plastics Collected in Beaches Are Processed to Make Shampoo Bottles

The pollution of the seas is one of the biggest environmental problems today. According to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), 80% of this...

Tourists and Bloggers Could Watch 300 Birds at the BirdChallenge 2018

Costa Rica is positioning itself as one of the countries with the greatest variety of birds and as one of the preferred sites for...

“Costas Verdes” Planted 40 Trees at Jacó Beach

Last weekend, right after the end of the Essential Costa Rica Surf Pro 2018" event, the non-governmental organization (NGO) "Costas Verdes", planted 40 trees...

Curiosities About Hedgehogs

In recent years, ground hedgehogs have become one of the animals that humans choose as pets. Despite this, there are some details that cannot...

Drones and Technology Improve the Study of Tropical Forests

The companies Intel Costa Rica, Aerial Robotixs and the Foundation for the Development of the Central Volcanic Mountain Range (Fundecor), presented a project that...
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