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Mike Hudema Sep 16
POW! Costa Rica announces ban on all fossil fuels. Who's next? "We have the titanic and beautiful task of abolishing the use of fossil fuels in our economy to make way for the use of clean and renewable energies.” ☀️☀️☀️
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Climate Reality Sep 17
is a lot more than just a perfect honeymoon destination. It’s a renewable energy paradise
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My Tales of Traveling Sep 10
One of the loudest natural noises I’ve ever heard. It wasn’t constant either. The insects would drum up for about 30 seconds, then move to complete silence. It was a pretty incredible experience while hiking the trails at Tenorio Volcano National Park in .
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ABC7 News Sep 15
LATINO HERITAGE MONTH: The heart of any nation’s people beats to the sound of its independence. Today, 5 Central American countries celebrate the 197th anniversary of such an event of freedom.
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Philip Davison Sep 14
You just never know what you are going to find. I found this group of newly hatched shield bug nymphs still surrounding the egg shells as I walked through the rainforest of the Osa Peninsula. If you're not there, you won't see. Keep walking.
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Rep. Mike Coffman Sep 15
Today kicks off ⁠ ⁠, a month to celebrate all the contributions Hispanic Americans bring to our country and community. Additionally & observe their Independence Day! Enjoy. 🎉
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Holden 23m
My respect to you Simple words with a full heart and compromise with the nation. Women like you are true leaders. Long live
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Suzi Day Sep 17
Wow- that must have been amazing Pam! I would say I challenged myself when we went zip lining in
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Tatiana Nesviginsky 36m
Great meeting with past champions and institutions in Costa Rica interested in Canada as a study destination & . Thanks to for their support!
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Senator Rubio Press Sep 15
Happy Independence Day to the people of , , , and . We join these great Central American countries as they celebrate their patriotism.
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Philip Davison Sep 15
As much as I wish I knew everything about everything, I don't, so this Costa Rican grasshopper will have to remain nameless for the moment. Still, I can appreciate it just for the sheer pleasure of doing so.
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Philip Davison Sep 17
Silk Moth, (Automeris sp). This one landed on a white stucco wall. The flash marking are normally covered by the forewings. If disturbed, the forewings move forward exposing the two bright false "eyes" which may startle a predator to flee.
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HP Sep 13
Never been much of a horse guy but riding through the mountain rainforest today was really fun.
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Tytti Yli-Viikari 5h
In beautiful , coffee is planted in pairs in order to make the plant strong and get tastier fruits. Similarily, public sector efficiency has two stems : innovation (doing the right things) and compliance (doing things right).
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Mario Diaz-Balart Sep 15
I am proud to represent a district of people from many nations and ethnicities, and warmly join many in celebrating Independence Day for
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Michael R. Snyder 5h
A fascinating case study of what happens when a country rolls back defense spending to invest in social welfare, including healthcare and education —> sustaining peace at home and abroad
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k Sep 15
Lake Arenal and Arenal Volcano
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came.saw.travelled Sep 10
When happens to you 😄😅 today in our hotel in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, a sloth fell from a tree right onto the hard ground next to the pool. The lil fella didn't really hutt himself and quickly climbed up the tree again 😍 cuuute!
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Philip Davison 13h
Stripe-throated Hummingbird, (Phaethornis strigularis). A common hummingbird on the Osa Peninsula. The nest is placed on the underside of a palm frond to which it has been attached using silk from the web of a Golden-orb Weaver.
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Khalid Sep 11
Twitter fam. Meet my wife. She was hungry... all the time.
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