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  1. VIDEO: Costa Ricans celebrate historic winRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2014 | Newsday

    The streets of Costa Rica have been filled with fans celebrating the national team's latest win at the football World Cup.

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  2. Costa Rica in party mode after Italy upset at World CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2014 | CBC News

    Costa Rican fans celebrate in San Jose after defeating Italy 1-0 at the World Cup to reach the Round of 16. Costa Rica has a population of around 4.8 million.

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  3. Crocodile tears please thirsty butterflies and beesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2014 | Science Daily

    ... the director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica. "But then the question becomes, what's going on in here? Why are these insects tapping into this resource?" Though bountiful in ...

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  4. InternationalLiving.com: How To Discover Retirement Bliss In This Country South Of The BorderRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2014 | The Huffington Post

    This article comes to us courtesy of InternationalLiving.com , the world's leading authority on how to live, work, invest, travel, and retire better overseas.

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  5. Bee and butterfly drink crocodile tearsRead the original story

    May 2, 2014 | New Scientist

    ... de la Rosa, director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica. "It was one of those natural history moments that you long to see up close," he said. De la Rosa did some research and found ...

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  6. Where butterflies, bees feed on crocodile tearsRead the original story

    May 1, 2014 | Newkerala.com

    ... you long to see up close," said de la Rosa, director at the Organisation for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica. Though bountiful in the ocean, salt is often a rare and valuable resource on land, especially for vegetarians. It is not ...

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  7. Crocodile tears please thirsty butterflies and beesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2014 | Science Daily

    ... the director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica. "But then the question becomes, what's going on in here? Why are these insects tapping into this resource?" Though bountiful in ...

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  8. Butterflies Caught Lapping Up Crocodile TearsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2014 | Live Science

    ... Rosa, director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica. The researchers photographed and filmed butterflies and bees fluttering about the corners of the eyes of a spectacled caiman ...

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  9. Thirsty Butterflies And Bees Find Precious...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2014 | RedOrbit

    ... the director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica. "But then the question becomes, what's going on in here? Why are these insects tapping into this resource?" Though bountiful in ...

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  10. Crocodile tears please thirsty butterflies and beesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2014 | Science Blog

    ... the director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica. "But then the question becomes, what's going on in here? Why are these insects tapping into this resource?" Though bountiful in ...

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  11. Tear Drinkers Love When Animals CryRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2014 | How Stuff Works

    ... Rosa, director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica, said in a press release. "But then the question becomes, what's going on in here? Why are these insects tapping into this ...

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  12. Crocodile tears please thirsty butterflies and beesRead the original story

    Apr 30, 2014 | EurekAlert!

    ... the director of the La Selva Biological Station for the Organization for Tropical Field Studies in San Pedro, Costa Rica. "But then the question becomes, what's going on in here? Why are these insects tapping into this resource?" Though bountiful in ...

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