Wildlife Spotted in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula: Photo Blog of an Ecotour

Posted by on Monday, November 5th, 2012 with 0

These photos of Costa Rica wildlife including endangered amphibians were taking during an ecotour by Crocodile Bay guests.  They capture the vast biodiversity that inhabits this small area.

Red Eyed Tree Frog

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 Red Eyed Tree Frog of Costa Rica.

Sleeping Sloth

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 Peacefully sleeping sloth.

Costa Rica Collared Antea

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Costa Rica Collared Antea makes his way up a tree in the rainforest.

Ocelot Running in Costa Rica

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 Ocelot making a run for it.

Frog

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Night time vision, another exotic frog spotted in the jungle.

Moth

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 Moth hanging out by a tree.

Butterfly

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One of the many beautiful exotic butterflies of Costa Rica.

Bug

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 A tiny frog about to jump into hiding behind some rocks.

Hiding Sloth

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 Sloth hiding out behind some foliage.

Costa Rica Morpho

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The beautiful monarch butterfly of Costa Rica.

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