In this snake museum you can observe a large number of Costa Rican snake species, as well as iguanas, frogs, lizards, caimans ... More
In this snake museum you can observe a large number of Costa Rican snake species, as well as iguanas, frogs, lizards, caimans and turtles. All of these reptiles live in a specially built environment meant to guarantee their safety. Beside every cage there is a chart with the following basic information: the name of the reptile, where it lives, what it eats and its age. Additionally, you can learn about each snake's uniqueness and learn how to differentiate between snake species.
The park, located in the expanding city of San Jose, has tropical trees providing welcome shade. San Jose locals of
all ages come here to eat their lunches, read their papers, or watch their children play. If you are ...
Established in 1955 and made a national park in 1970, Parque Volcán Irazú is very popular, and with its lovely
views and interesting craters, it is easy to see why. The volcano is active, and you can see its ...
The location of this unique site in Central America, where Quaternary glaciers have left their mark, has allowed the fauna
and flora of North and South America to interbreed. Tropical rainforests cover most of the area. Four different Indian ...
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