State University of New York Cobleskill At Chucantí

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Students from State University of New York Cobleskill visited Chucantí for their Fisheries and Wildlife Feild Studies class. They learned about biodiversity and conservation of the tropical rainforest and the importance of the Chucantí Natural Reserve. They experienced this biodiversity first hand in Chucantí, finding and learning about lots of birds, snakes, insects and frogs! They encountered a tiger rat snake (Spilotes pullatus), many green and black poison dart frogs (Dendrobates auratus), a pleasing fungus beetle (family Erotylidae), and a blue milk mushroom (Lactarius indigo).

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