Costa Rica’s INBioparque to remain open
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Costa Rica’s INBioparque to remain open

L. Arias - February 27, 2015

Three government ministries will take over the administration and the almost ₡100 million ($188,000) monthly expenses to keep the INBioparque open, the Costa Rican government said this week. The…

Expansion of monoculture farming could mean extinction for some tropical birds
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Expansion of monoculture farming could mean extinction for some tropical birds

Zach Dyer - September 12, 2014

Older birds on the evolutionary tree are struggling more than the younger members of their feathered family when it comes to adapting to areas affected by agriculture.…

Geek out on nature at Costa Rica’s new online biodiversity portal
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Geek out on nature at Costa Rica’s new online biodiversity portal

Lindsay Fendt - April 29, 2014

Biologists estimate that at least four percent of the world's plant and animal species live in Costa Rica. Now, information on all of those species is available…