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World Economic Forum Aug 21
The roots of change. 📕 Read more:
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Yiyi'sPictures Aug 18
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Philip Davison Aug 19
If I can't identify an organism to species or genus level, I can normally put it in a family. But I am stuck. Any coleopterists who can put a name to this one, thank you in advance. Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.
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Guy Edwardes Aug 21
Talamanca hummingbird (Eugenes spectabilis) photographed during my Costa Rica workshop last November. © Guy Edwardes Photography
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Hotel Catalina Playa Jacó Costa Rica Aug 21
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Sam Trull Aug 21
Not sure there’s any other type of animal that could claim this level of adorable-ness while pooping. 🤔🤷🏻‍♀️💩
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Enrique Ramirez Aug 20
In touch with nature.
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Philip Davison Aug 20
Mini micro moth of indeterminate identity but there were lots of them out today fluttering close to the ground.
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Ben Locke Aug 18
Amazon Kingfisher, Costa Rica
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German Vargas G Aug 21
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Philip Davison 7h
Tropical Weevil, (Family: Curculionidae). Yet another one of those frustrating 1000's of weevil species to be found in Costa Rica. Can't help taking the photos though.
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Lisa Bucci 19h
Had a beautiful farewell sunset in last night. Headed back to Miami this afternoon!
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jonnywhu Aug 16
Nice end to the holiday
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batikcostarica Aug 19
10 Reasons To Visit Costa Rica During The Rainy Season @ The Travel - VacationMode
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Bronwyn Groves Aug 22
Making our hot chocolate at the source 🍃🍫
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Rianna Conner Carpenter - THE COMBAT BARBIE™ 13h
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Chris Caldwell Aug 22
That brings back memories!! We were all a lot younger here — I can tell by how much hair has 😂🤣😁
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batikcostarica Aug 21
Our Villas provide superbly appointed privacy in a world-class setting, just a short walk from the beach and its oceanic waves 🤙🏼🏄🏻‍♂️🤙🏼
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Philip Davison Aug 21
Long-horned Beetles, (Family: Cerambycidae). Sexual dimorphism, aberration or just two different species at the same place at the same time?
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Niall Keogh Aug 22
A few pics of some of the many spectacular bird species seen on the field trip to : Blue-throated (aka Northern Emerald) Toucanet, Sunbittern and Bat Falcon.
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