Patterns in Nature: Fauna (& a Bit of Flora) in Costa Rica

A ‘cocodrilo‘ (crocodile) lurking amongst the flower petals in very pretty pond in Costa Rica.An alligator surrounded by flowers in very pretty pond in Costa RicaAlso in Costa Rica, this tiny green and black patterned frog known as the Poison Dart Frog, Dendrobates auratuz. Its popular name comes from the fact that the indigenous people use the poison it secretes to tip the darts – this particular frog is somewhat less toxic than most of its relatives.
A green and black patterned frog in Costa Rica A sleepy marguey cat in Costa Rica. A sleepy marguey cat in Costa Rica The big old iguana we called El Jefe. He lived in Franklin’s backyard in Ostional, Costa Rica.The big old iguana we called El Jefe. He lived in Franklin's backyard in Ostional, Costa RicaMore of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Nature.

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