Other animals we found in Costa Rica.
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 Gallery: Denny Granstrand's Digiscoped Photos  Album: Birds, and other animals, of Costa Rica   
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Three-toed Sloth sleeping in a tree right beside the highway near Siquires. The green on its fir is algae. The bus driver let everyone out right on the road. I was sure someone was going to get run over. Costa Rican truck drivers give no quarter.
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Red-eyed Tree Frog, one of my wife's target species, near the swimming pool at Laguna Lodge. We weren't allowed to use the flash, so this was taken with just a flash light.
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A Mantled Howler Monkey along a waterway in Tortuguero National Park.
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Holding on with its prehensile tail.
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Mantled Howler Monkeys are the largest monkey in Costa Rica.
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Whoever thought a branch in a tree could be so comfortable?
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Two Mantled Howler Monkeys mixing it up a little.
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A Central American Spider Monkey working its way through the trees in Tortuguero National Park.
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A Central American Spider Monkey that was quite near our boat.
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White-faced Monkey seeming to be oblivious to the people in the boat below.
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White-faced Monkey. All of these monkey photos were taken with a span of ten minutes. It seemed like there were monkeys all over the place.
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A common view of an American Crocodile in the Tarcoles River near Carrara National Park.
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The skipper of our tour boat feeding a chicken to Fidel Castro, one of the larger crocodiles in this section of the river. Two large crocs downriver were named Saddam Hussein and Adolpf Hitler.
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Another photo of Fidel Castro. My wife asked if they named one George Bush. Our guide replied that they have too many American tourists to do that. Chris said she thought it was a great idea, anyway.
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A Caimen along a waterway in Tortuguero National Park.
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