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Wildlife In Panama

In this Panama Special Report, we cover the beauty, biodiversity, and wildlife of Panama, in all its natural wonder.

This report takes you on a journey through Panama’s abundant flora and fauna, introducing you to this little country’s astounding biodiversity with an up-close and personal look.

$ 14.95

Many things make Panama special… its bustling cosmopolitan capital city, trendy bars and restaurants, the warm, welcoming people, and, of course the canal…

Perhaps the most spectacular aspect of Panama is its natural beauty and wildlife…

Creatures of all descriptions have migrated across the isthmus—making Panama one of the most biodiverse places on earth, with a large number of species found here and only here. (Panama has more endemic species than even Costa Rica.) Discover what lives along the trails of Panama’s exquisite national parks and untamed jungles.

The name Panama is derived from indigenous words meaning “abundance of plants, butterflies, and fish,” and, to this day, those words ring true.  It’s a land of jaguars, pumas, ocelots, sloths, whales, and sharks. It’s where you can find animals with fabulous names, like the nine-banded armadillo, the resplendent quetzal, and the limosa harlequin frog. It’s a land where bats eat fish and frogs are poisonous. If you love birds, you’ll never want to leave…

Whether diving with sharks in crystal-clear waters is your idea of adventure, or you prefer to immerse yourself in a dense cloud forest… few places on earth offer the wildlife-watching, close-to-nature experiences that are found in Panama.