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WILDLIFE

Bocas del Toro is known for it's vast array of wildlife and ocean creatures. The Smithsonian has a tropical research centre that focuses on both marine and land environments. The pictures in this photo gallery were taken on our property and on the beach in front.

Bluff Beach is a protected turtle nesting site. Beginning in March through September, different varies of turtles come to lay their eggs on the beach. The most impressive being the Giant Leatherback Turtle! You can ask for a nighttime wake-up call and join the guides on the beach as they record and monitor the turtle activity.

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Howler Monkeys

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A Pair of Parrots

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Sloth

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Sloth Acting Like a Monkey

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Sloth Mom & Baby

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Starfish Beach
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Turtles Leaving the Nest

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Heading to Sea

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Tropical Frog

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Sierra with a Sloth

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Sloth Hanging Out

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Hibiscus for the Sloth