A photographer documents the biodiversity of a remote corner of Costa Rica
By Amy Gulick, Photography By Roy Toft
Published May 11, 2010
Updated July 1, 2016
In the Osa Peninsula, big things come in small packages. Covering just three percent of Costa Rica’s total land area, the Osa packs a wallop in terms of biodiversity, supporting more than 50 percent of the country’s animal and plant species.
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