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green thorntail, hummingbird, Discosura conversii, an uncommon hummingbird that occurs...

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Caption: green thorntail, hummingbird, Discosura conversii, an uncommon hummingbird that occurs from the Caribbean slope's of Costa Rica and Panama south through Columbia to western Ecuador. Catarata Del Toro, Costa Rica, Central America, ThorntailG2022c1zse.tif
Location: Catarata Del Toro, Costa Rica
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rufous-crested coquette, Lophornis delattrei, Canopy Lodge, in the hills of El Valle de Antón. Panama, Central America, CoquetteRc0744xzs.tif
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giant otter or giant river otter, Pteronura brasiliensis, is a South American carnivorous piscivorous mammal. It is the longest member of the Mustelidae, or weasel family, reaching up to 1.7 m (5.6 ft). Atypical of mustelids, the giant otter is a social species, with family groups typically supporting three to eight members. Although generally peaceful, the species is territorial, and aggression has been observed between groups. The giant otter is diurnal, being active exclusively during daylight hours. The species was listed as endangered in 1999 and wild population estimates are typically below 5,000. rare, endangered, endangered species Lago Soledad, Lago Soledad Amazon Rainforest Wildlife Lodge, La Piedras Rainforest, Río Piedras, Amazon, primary forest, oxbow lake, Peru, South America, OtterG19317cxzseeLnsch.tiff
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