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COSTA RICA - 2018

This was an incredible journey through some of the world most diverse habitats with, at times. breath-taking scenery. It seems unbelieveble that so many species can be packed into such a small country as Costa Rica. 

Wildlife flourishes in the rich green forest at all altitudes. We discovered the secrets of the forest and sought out the amazing wildlife of this Central American gem. We saw some of the most colourful and diverse species, for instance over 30 species of Tanager can be found with and over 50 species of hummingbird, we saw most of them!

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