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Smoky Jungle Frog is definitely one of Costa Rica's most impressive frogs. Its enormous size and girth will consistently draw gasps of shock and, at times, horror from tourists They are Costa Rica's largest frog species and second largest amphibian. Only the Giant Marine Toad is bigger

Smoky Jungle Frog is definitely one of Costa Rica's most impressive frogs. Its enormous size and girth will consistently draw gasps of shock and, at times, horror from tourists They are Costa Rica's largest frog species and second largest amphibian. Only the Giant Marine Toad is bigger

Always a rush seeing these guys ...lives on the ground and in the trees from sea level to 1,000 m in elevation.This photo of a  BOA CONSTRICTOR was taken in Tortuguero

Always a rush seeing these guys ...lives on the ground and in the trees from sea level to 1,000 m in elevation.This photo of a BOA CONSTRICTOR was taken in Tortuguero

THE BLUE CRAB (Callinectes sapidus) (AKA  Chesapeake or Atlantic Blue):  A beautiful crab that lives in brackish coastal lagoons & estuaries. They weigh about 2lbs, & live up to 4 years.  Opportunistic feeders, they're an important part of the ecological system in terms of population control, though over-harvesting has led to a major decline of their numbers, as they are extremely sensitive to habitat & environmental changes.  Females have red tipped claws & will mate only once in their…

THE BLUE CRAB (Callinectes sapidus) (AKA Chesapeake or Atlantic Blue): A beautiful crab that lives in brackish coastal lagoons & estuaries. They weigh about 2lbs, & live up to 4 years. Opportunistic feeders, they're an important part of the ecological system in terms of population control, though over-harvesting has led to a major decline of their numbers, as they are extremely sensitive to habitat & environmental changes. Females have red tipped claws & will mate only once in their…

White Face Monkey. Photo was taken on the Osa Peninsula.

White Face Monkey. Photo was taken on the Osa Peninsula.

Just another one of those weird rainforest bugs you see all the time in Costa Rica

Just another one of those weird rainforest bugs you see all the time in Costa Rica

Costa Rica's Black Bellied Whistling Ducks all in a row.

Costa Rica's Black Bellied Whistling Ducks all in a row.

Anteater, a #CostaRica Citizen

Anteater, a #CostaRica Citizen

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