Monday, June 16, 2008


Costa Rica is known for its biodiversity. The country's President, Nobel Peace Prize winner Oscar Arias, has declared the country's commitment to become the world's first carbon-neutral nation, a goal slated for the 2020's.

The fern in this photo is a primitive ancestor to the tree, developing 400 million years ago. This picture was taken in Tamarindo on the lush grounds of the Cala Luna Resort in Langosta.


Juneau Alaska Photos said...

Welcome aboard to City Daily Photo!
Interesting shot!
I've enjoyed comparing the differences and similarities with our ferns. I look forward to see more of Costa Rica. Thanks for sharing!

julia said...

Must be wonderful wildlife and protect those national parks, the world need all of those wilderness areas forever.

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