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Annual festival, San Jose, Costa Rica, Central America Featured San Jose Print

Annual festival, San Jose, Costa Rica, Central America

People taking part in the annual festival of Alajuelita just outside San Jose, Costa Rica, Central America. It is held in honour of the Black Christ of Esquipulas, and is celebrated every 15 January with an ox cart parade and a religious procession, followed by a mass at the top of a mountain. Date: circa 1905

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A catonephele numilia butterfly, seen between two morpho peleides butterflies Featured San Jose Print

A catonephele numilia butterfly, seen between two morpho peleides butterflies

A catonephele numilia butterfly, seen between two morpho peleides butterflies, feeds off a fruit in Butterfly Garden in La Guacima, northwest of San Jose, May 14, 2012. According to the owner Joris Brinkerhoff, who is from the U.S and has more than 29-years of experience dedicated to the export of butterfly cocoons, more than 80,000 cocoons of 70 different species are exported every month from Costa Rica to Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico and the United States, with prices of the cocoons ranging from $3 to $10 each. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

A GROUP OF BABY TURTLES CRAWL INTO THE SEA IN BEACH OSTIONAL Featured San Jose Print

A GROUP OF BABY TURTLES CRAWL INTO THE SEA IN BEACH OSTIONAL

A group of baby turtles crawl into the sea after being freed by residents of
Ostional Beach in Santa Cruz, 350 miles north of the capital San Jose, Costa
Rica, early October 23, 2003. More that 5 million turtles hatched this week
and it is believed the turtles imprint their release location to return to
lay their own eggs in the future. Only ten percent of them are expected to
survive to become adults. PP03100122 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Juan Carlos
Ulate

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