Why We Should Not Take Starfish Out of the Water

Like all marine animals, starfish is an organism found in the sea for one simple reason: They do not breathe air. Although this is...

Costa Rican Scientists Test Enzyme Degrading Pollutants in Rivers

A team of scientists from the Center for Research in Environmental Pollution (CICA) of the University of Costa Rica (UCR) will begin experiments with...

The Struggle to Saving Our Environment in Costa Rica

Each entrepreneur in Costa Rica has a unique success because most of them have a purpose to work for the defense of the environment,...

Would You Like to Meet a Museum of Living Trees?

An Arboretum -that is, a museum of living trees- is located in the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve, in the south of the country, open...

NASA Discovers Rectangle-Shaped Iceberg in Antarctica

Scientists found an impressive piece of ice, with edges perfectly cut at right angles, in Antarctica, the continent located to the south of the...

Montezuma: A Little Well-Known Secret Waiting for Your Discovery

Montezuma is a cozy and picturesque town in Costa Rica, known for its bohemian atmosphere and the great scenic beauty of its beaches, rivers,...
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...
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