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Posted by madmatt on April 06, 2003 at 13:40:07:
In Reply to: Costa Rica part 1... posted by EJ on April 05, 2003 at 22:43:41:
and is that where you stayed most of your trip?
Great, great pictures. When I went I saw only one cat-eyed snake that I found myself but stopped near Arenal where a cabana guy had a sign "Snake Zoo" painted on a plywood board to show off his personal herp collection for tourists. By talking to him in Tex-Mex Spanish you could tell he is definitely one of us die-hard herpers. Brought back memories, thanks for posting!
:(I hope you all like pictures and long tales. Iím also going to break this up into a bunch of posts for those of you who have antiques)
:A couple of weeks ago I went to visit a friend in Costa Rica. There was no purpose to the trip outside of visiting my friend, taking my 8 year old on her first international trip and wasting film. I think Iíll put this in chronological order for lack of a better venue.
:On the drive from the airport to Dominical, where my friend lives, my friend asks if I want to check out some crocodiles. I figure itís like the everglades where you see some crocodilians that are about 3 to 4 feet long... no big deal. We stop at this bridge where we see some of the largest Ctenosaurs Iíve ever seen (didnít think to take pictures of these for some reason) on the walk to see the crocodiles. The ctenosaurs were at least 3 feet long. We get to the part of the bridge that is over the water and I see these guys.
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