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JRC wants to inform that due to Covid-19 prevention we made the decision to temporarily close the center as from tomorrow to all visitors until further notice for the safety of our animals, volunteers, workers and community.
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To celebrate the #WorldWildlifeDay we shared February's special release, Zuthu and Khali, two wonderful ocelots (Leopardus pardalis) that came here after being confiscated as babies by the MINAE almost two years ago
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We are proud to announce that this week the JRC and ICE closed an agreement for the Shock Free Zone campaign. Together we have developed a map of the Caribe Sur area with the powerlines that are already insulated and the ones that aren’t. Our goal is to make every powerline in this map safe for the wild animals.
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Take a look at our 2019 statistics. These are numbers but above all they represent real stories. Both sad and happy. But they are real and the most real they can get.
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These three baby raccoons were rescued after being orphaned. They were found in a house where the ceiling collapsed and their mother was found dead under the wreckage. Do you know what to do when you find baby raccoons and the mom isn’t near?
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We’ve developed a system to track the sloths that have been released with daily tracking in the forest. Photos by The Sloth Conservation Foundation.
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A Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) lays over 130 eggs before succumbing to harpoon inflicted injuries.
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