Amazing Veragua Rainforest nature photos win prestigious contest in Spain!

Spanish biologist and photographer Javier Lobón Rovira won the esteemed Colmenar Viejo Nature Photography contest in October 2017 with stunning images he took at Veragua Rainforest earlier in the year.

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A rare frog that lives in Veragua Rainforest has inspired a new mode of transport!

  Industrial Product Design students at Veritas University in Costa Rica created a new mode of transport inspired by the endangered Tiger Frog at Veragua Rainforest. “Frogger” is the state-of-the-art transport solution designed for biologists working in the molecular biology laboratory, BIOMOL, in Guanacaste.

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Veragua Rainforest launches an exciting new Costa Rica Sustainability Tour!

You won’t want to miss this unforgettable lifetime experience! Veragua’s heartwarming rural tourism tour takes you into the tiny mountain community of Las Brisas, located by Veragua Rainforest, less than one hour away from the Port of Limon on Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast. Enjoy a fascinating hands-on experience of authentic Costa Rican culture, interact with the local community, meet indigenous Cabecar artisans, learn about global sustainability on the grassroots level, and help counteract climate change with rainforest conservation.

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New Discoveries in Butterflies in Costa Rica

Biologists at the Veragua Foundation for Rainforest Research are discovering new species of butterflies in Costa Rica. Find out what’s new! Article by Shannon Farley Seeing butterflies in Costa Rica in the rainforest is always a thrill. It’s easy to marvel at huge electric blue Morpho butterflies and delicate, transparent Glass Wing butterflies. In Costa Rica there are more butterflies and moths than in the entire United States and Canada combined – 1,596 species of butterflies in Costa Rica and at least 11,000 moths. And...

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Veritas University students learn biomimicry product design at Veragua Rainforest in Costa Rica

Students at Veritas University develop innovative, sustainable product designs from biomimicry seminars at Veragua Rainforest in Costa Rica. Article by Shannon Farley Veritas University has partnered with Veragua Rainforest in Costa Rica in a groundbreaking series of seminars and courses that inspire the design of products based on the movements and forms of animals and plants. Known as biomimicry, this approach to innovation “seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies”, states the Biomimicry Institute. “The core idea is that...

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