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Wildlife: Capuchin Monkeys in Costa Rica

Capuchin monkeys have very expressive, human-like faces and the Wanderer finds them a joy to photograph. They are found in Central and South America and were named by Portuguese explorers for their resemblance to the the appearance of the Capuchin order of Franciscan friars. These shots were taken in the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. (Click the arrows to scroll through the slideshow).

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Nov 03, 2023

Your blogs are fantastic Beth! Since I don’t do much traveling myself, I enjoy visiting all the magical places the “Wanderer” writes about. Looking forward to visiting more places through your blog! Sharron

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