The Wild Playful Monkeys of Costa Rica: A Day at the Osa Wildlife Sanctuary

Posted by on Thursday, November 1st, 2012 with 2

The Osa Wildlife Sanctuary is home to many of endangered animals and plays an important role in protecting the wildlife of the Osa Peninsula especially the monkeys. Crocodile Bay guests take an ecotour of the sanctuary and get some monkey love.

Sanctuary Monkey

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Adorable Monkey form the Osa Wildlife Sanctuary

Costa Rica Monkey

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Monkey chilling in a tree by the ocean.

Sloth Upside Down

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Sloth hanging upside down.

Monkey on Head

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This little guy decided to make himself right at home.

Baby Monkey

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A baby monkey

Monkey chilling on my lap

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This monkey looks like he might be ready for a nap.

Monkey Kiss

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Monkey Kiss

2 Responses to “The Wild Playful Monkeys of Costa Rica: A Day at the Osa Wildlife Sanctuary”

  1. [...] have a real respect for animal sanctuaries. Right now I’m saving my money so I can take a trip to Costa Rica where I can hopefully visit the Osa Wildlife Sanctuary. A few years ago, I got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take a private tour of a more local [...]

  2. [...] have a real respect for animal sanctuaries. Right now I’m saving my money so I can take a trip to Costa Rica where I can hopefully visit the Osa Wildlife Sanctuary. A few years ago, I got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take a private tour of a more local [...]

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