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Costa Rica

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90% of Costa Rica's known plant species are found in the Amistad/Talamanca region.

La Amistad/Talamanca Region

Biological and cultural diversity characterize this unique bi-national mountain and coastal region - home to ocelots, tapirs, howler monkeys, and sloths. The Park is the last stand of wet aseasonal tall rainforest in Pacific Central America.
Find out what we are doing in the La Amistad/Talamanca Region

Osa Peninsula

Located in remote southwestern Costa Rica, the Osa Peninsula harbors the largest remaining lowland forest on the Pacific Coast of Central America. The peninsula is home to the most significant populations of jaguars, puma, tapirs and scarlet macaws.
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