Just hanging out for Semana Santa

April 18, 2014

A red-eyed tree frog hangs from a plant near La Fortuna in northeast Costa Rica. The red-eyed tree frog has become a Costa Rican icon as a result of its ubiquitousness and its beauty. The nocturnal frogs can be found during the daytime, sleeping under leaves.

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