Strawberry Poison Dart Frog
Isla Bastmientos, Panama
Red Eyed Tree Frog
After the sun goes down in the jungle islands of Panama, the nocturnal Red Eyed Tree Frogs come out. This spectacular species has the ability to not only camouflage perfectly into the leaves but also confuse predators with a sudden flash of color when they have been spotted. A quick jump exposes the blue & yellow stripes on its sides before blending back into the leaves.
Isla Bastimentos, Panama.
After filling his belly from a recent guanaco kill in the valley below, this male mountain lion sits content and camouflaged in the boulders where he can watch over the rest of his meal. Torres Del Paine, Chile
Central American Squirrel Monkey
Found only in specific places of Costa Rica and northern Panama, there are less than 5,000 of this species in the world today.
Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
Fox and Guanaco
Laguna Amarga, Torres Del Paine, Chile
Torres Del Paine, Chile
Ancient Pictographs (paintings) depict the southern Andes, pumas, and humans hunting guanaco. Estimated 6-10,000 years old. Cuevas de los Manos, Argentina
O'Higgins Wilderness, Chile
© Blake DeBock