Starting this Sunday, National Geographic Wild is broadcasting a television series about wildlife, nature, flora and fauna in Costa Rica.
The TV series has a total of six episodes and will be broadcast on Sundays at 5pm.
Among the places presented by the renowned photographer and filmmaker Felipe DeAndrade are Corcovado National Park, Isla del Caño Biological Reserve, Santa Rosa National Park and Coco Island, as well as several private nature reserves.
The TV series shows, among other things, the fight of young sea turtles against predators, the effects of sea turtles „Olive Ridley“ on the behavior of jaguars, the mating time of tree frogs, the hunt for reef sharks, and the fight of hummingbirds for survival.
Costa Rica was included into the “National Geographic Wild” program for its natural beauty and environmental commitment.