Veragua Rainforest participates in important local Science Fair

On September 23, Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure Park joined in the XVII edition of “Biociencia” (Bio-Science), an event that closed the annual scientific and conservation education program of Ecology Project International (EPI Costa Rica).

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Climate change highlights new Veragua Rainforest educational programs

New educational programs at Veragua Rainforest in Costa Rica involve students, volunteers and visitors in climate change studies to help the planet.   A team of biologists at Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure in Costa Rica, collaborating with the University of Costa Rica, are using climate change studies of tropical biodiversity to help Costa Rica reduce global warming, reach its goal to be the first carbon neutral country in the world by 2021, and prevent global catastrophes.

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Fantastic butterfly types in Costa Rica amaze at Veragua Rainforest

With more butterfly types in Costa Rica than in all of North America, you can easily see amazing rainforest life in places like the Butterfly Garden at Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure Park. Not only is Costa Rica home to remarkable biodiversity, new species are discovered all the time in the Central American nation.   Butterflies are one of the more plentiful species of wildlife in Costa Rica. Approximately 17,500 species of butterflies exist in the world, according to the Smithsonian Institute. Of those, there are about 1,251 butterfly...

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Frog Research in Costa Rica Fascinates the World

Find out all about fascinating frog research in Costa Rica on the one day tour at Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure Park by the Port of Limon.

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Frog research at Veragua Rainforest helps with climate change

Studies by Costa Rican biologists at Veragua Rainforest help Costa Rica act under the Paris Agreement to prevent catastrophic climate change. According to Costa Rican biologist José Salazar Zúñiga, the harbinger of serious climate change on the planet is frogs. “The principle group that measures any climate change is the amphibians, because they absorb any chemicals by their skin. Rain cycles affect frogs’ reproductive cycles. Some frogs only reproduce one or two times per year, usually in rainy season and with a full moon....

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