The rainforest of southern Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula has one of the richest bio-diversities of any region on Earth: 500 tree species, nearly four hundred kinds of birds, plus monkeys, jaguars and reptiles. But not even here are they entirely safe.
Costa Rica is a frontrunner when it comes to nature conservation but finding the cash to keep its status isn't easy. Conservationists, lawmakers and NGOs are searching for solutions.
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