National Geographic features Costa Rica in video series

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Would you like a chance to see sea turtles, capuchin monkeys, hummingbirds, tree frogs, reef sharks, and jaguars up close and in their natural habitats?

Slated to be broadcast internationally, National Geographic’s Untamed: Costa Rica is a compelling series of films that take you into many of Costa Rica’s national parks and nature reserves, including Isla del Caño Biological Reserve, Corcovado and Santa Rosa national parks, and Isla del Coco.

Follow wildlife filmmaker Filipe DeAndrade as he travels Costa Rica in search of the most diverse, iconic and unexpected animals the country has to offer. It’s a fascinating look into the individual worlds of some of Costa Rica’s most amazing biodiversity.

You can view videos on National Geographic’s dedicated page to the Untamed: Costa Rica series here. We bet you you’ll want to watch all of them.