Test your knowledge of rain forest species, most are from Costa Rica and seen on our Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates and Turtle Conservation project.
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The world’s big cats are arguably its most iconic animals. The lion, leopard, cheetah and jaguar fill up our wildlife documentaries and photographs as well as many a local myth and legend. But there are some smaller wild cats that deserve some love too. The Americas are full of them, so let’s focus on one in particular: The Ocelot.
We know the Cheetah is fast, we know the fastest birds, but who is on the other end of the scale? Who drags, takes their time and is never in a rush? Here are the slowest animals:
It is now appraised that 86% of the world's population live in countries that demand more from nature than their ecosystems can supply. Pursuant to the Global Footprint Network, if everybody were to live like American people, it would take 4 Earths to sustain the global population.
While they may be known as one of nature’s laziest animals, sloths are also host to some very unusual and perhaps surprising attributes.
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Enya Cody cuddled up with this little fellow when volunteering at the Frontier Costa Rica Animal Rescue Centre. We liked the cheeky looks they both have, it looks like they have become great friends! Vote for Enya to win Volunteer Photo of the Month for August on the Frontier Official Facebook page.
Could you tell the difference between two or more otters? Sounds impossible, doesn’t it? Nevertheless, Frontier researchers in Costa Rica are currently developing ways to allow them to do exactly this.
Another Monday means another wonderful photo from around the world. Our pick of the week is this stunning image of a dolphin taken by Katie Worsdall whilst on Frontier's Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates & Turtle Conservation project.
Izzy Novak takes us in the heart of the forest with a photo of a red-eyed tree frog snapped while at Frontier’s Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates & Turtle Conservation. Vote for Izzy to win Volunteer Photo of the Month for July on the Frontier Official Facebook page.
Check out this significantly captured beach photo with dramatic skies taken on Frontier's Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates & Turtles Conservation project. Vote for Alyssa to win Volunteer Photo of the Month for July on the Frontier Official Facebook page