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Find out the 10 reasons that are unarguable why keeping a pet monkey is a really bad decision. This eye-opening study illuminates the various drawbacks of adopting a monkey into your house, from legal difficulties and safety dangers to ethical considerations and heavy care. Be careful and make educated and responsible decisions as you move forward.
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Unveiling the Elusive: A more comprehensive examination at the wild spider monkeys' endangered state. This article explores the complex relationship between habitat loss, human influence, and conservation efforts and highlights the urgent need to save these enchanting creatures and safeguard their rainforest environment.
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Learn about the fascinating world of sloths as we explore the mysterious distinctions between two and three-fingered or toed species. Discover the scientific complexities underlying their divergent evolutionary histories as we explore their distinctive characteristics, habitats, and behaviors. Be ready to be astounded by the diversity of nature and these slow-moving miracles.
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We are happy to share the thrilling developments at the Jaguar Rescue Center, where the flames of passion are igniting our direct relationships with the wonderful Costa Rican populace!
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On Monday, July 17th, three majestic green sea turtles were joyfully released back into their natural habitat.
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13 wounded green sea turtles arrived at Jaguar Rescue Center.
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Introducing Fiji, Borneo & Urdu. These three howler monkeys arrived in April and have been residing in our clinic since then (Graphic content ahead).
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Beaches are an essential part of human lives. Removing litter from the shoreline is of benefit to the ocean ecosystem. This is why we celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd with a beach cleaning in Playa Chiquita and its surroundings.
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Most of the electric power lines in Costa Rica are aerial and are constructed without protective insulation. They are a threat of electrocution for any living being that has contact with them.shockfreezone, wildlife, enviromentaleducation, costarica, biodiversity,, jaguarrescuecenter, rescuecenter, monkeys, sloths, electrocutions
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As more and more people move to the Caribbean South, the threat of deforestation and habitat loss becomes increasingly significant.
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