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Tourists recognize the danger to see crocodiles on Tarcoles bridge

Tourists who stop to see the crocodiles on the bridge over the Tárcoles River recognize the danger they are exposed to, such as vehicles at high passing speed, no speed limiters and no traffic police presence in the area. Every day, hundreds of tourist make...

Tarcoles Ferry, Before The Famous “Crocodile Bridge”

Historical photos of Rio Tarcoles....today, its known as the famous "crocodile bridge". But here are photos of crossing the Tarcoles, before there was a bridge, just a basic wooden ferry and a lot of faith. ...

#TravesíaSimpson por Costa Rica continues…

Following up on The Simpsons in Costa Rica, on Saturday the eponymous Springfield (in an unnamed U.S. state) family took in the Festial de la Luz in San Jose.   Así viven los Simpson el #festivaldelaluz en San José de Costa Rica durante la #TravesíaSimpson ....

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Photo from a post on Unknowrover.com dated February 19, 2017.

Something Is Changing The Sex of Crocodiles In Costa Rica

If you want to know whether a crocodile is a male or a female, you have to catch it. Don't bring your good shoes. "It's a muddy, wet mess," says Chris Murray, who spent three dry seasons in and near Palo Verde National Park...

Watch A Crocodile Devour A Cow in Costa Rica (Video)

  QCOSTARICA - In the Tarcoles river anything can happen. In the latest case, a cow wasn't so lucky. Tired, it slipped and fell. The crocodiles didn't miss a beat. This was near the 'crocodile bridge", the bridge over the Tarcoles river on the way to...

Run in a Zigzag if Chased by A Crocodile in Costa Rica. NOT.

TICO BULL - Imagine yourself in Costa Rica, a crocodile (or Caiman as called in Spanish) comes at you, what do you do? One of the oldest wildlife survival tips out there maintains that the best way to outrun a crocodile is to follow...

New Traffic Sign To Alert Animal Crossings

QCOSTARICA - Animals trying to cross the road in search of food, for reproductive needs or simply because they do not realize the danger they are exposed to, and struck by vehicles is a common occurrence throughout the country. According to research conducted by Adrian...

Crocodile-whisperers Draw Tourists to Costa Rica

TARCOLES (Costa Rica) — Tourists flock to Costa Rica’s Rio Grande de Tarcoles to see dangerous close encounters between river guides and crocodiles. “Tornado is the biggest male in this river, the chief male. He is 5.5 metres long. The last time we weighed him...

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