Monday, April 7, 2008

Costa Rica - photos by AREA, part 2

Here are some photos from the Rincon de la Vieja National Park, a forested park on a volcano slope with rainforest, boiling mudpots and sulfur-smelling steamy fumaroles. Once again I am posting for AREA, who is out having fun. She can add more explanations in the comments.

an iguana
here she had to walk over a rickety bridge
a fumarole


LA said...

Wait, iguanas really look like that?

AREA said...

Haha, yes LA, they really look like that. And there are so many here!

LS said...

I also saw a green iguana that had climbed up a tree and was out on a thin branch. Someone told me that their bones are not as stiff as ours so if they fall down the bones don't break as easily.

LA said...

Oh, I didn't know that iguanas could have sails around their necks.