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2014-01-04 23:23:06

A team of International real estate professionals team up to bring the largest sustainable community living project to Costa Rica. The location is Quepos, the most visited town in Costa Rica and the development team, marketing team and property tour team have joined forces to create an incredible project for the North American market. Quepos, Costa Rica (PRWEB) January 03, 2014 A group of experts in international real estate has teamed up to build the largest sustainable community...

2012-02-15 08:00:00

The conventional wisdom that sustainability and luxury can't happily co-exist has been turned upside down during the past 5 years at Casa Las Nubes, a luxury vacation rental home in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica and recent recipient of the International Residential Property Award for "Best Property - Costa Rica". Like the proverbial fighting cats and dogs, luxury and sustainability can actually form a beautiful and complimentary relationship. It just requires planning, patience and commitment....

2011-09-22 08:00:00

In the Manuel Antonio area of Costa Rica, businesses, vacation rental home owners and conservationists created an alliance to protect the habitat of the endangered squirrel monkeys and fund environmental education efforts in local schools. The anniversary of the project is being marked with celebrations that include discount rentals on bungalows and select villas. Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica (PRWEB) September 22, 2011 In the past, the area surrounding Costa Rica´s Manuel Antonio...

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Crab-eating Raccoon, Procyon cancrivorus
2012-07-20 08:42:55

The crab-eating raccoon (Procyon cancrivorus) is native to South and Central America. Its range includes Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica, and extends to the northern areas of Uruguay and Argentina. It prefers a habitat with abundant water resources. Although the name implies that this raccoon’s diet consists of only crabs, it also consumes other crustaceans, like lobster, as well as fruits, amphibians, and turtle eggs. The crab-eating raccoon is similar in appearance to the common...

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