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Costa Rica, a climate success story in the world.

Costa Rica is characterized by its fauna and flora, being one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. We can find numerous forests, mangroves, reefs, valleys, rivers... and above all a great animal life.

It occupies 5% of the total world biodiversity. In its territory there are around 1,077,305 hectares, in which there are around 27% of protected areas: sanctuaries and wildlife refuges, forest reserves, national parks, forests and an archaeological monument.

It is estimated that there are more than 10,100 trees and plants in the entire area of ​​Costa Rica, highlighting more than 1,250 species of orchids, more than 35,100 species of insects, 165 species of amphibians, more than 200 species of mammals, more than 850 species bird's…

In 1992 Costa Rica became the general center of the so-called Council of the Earth.