This video is about hammerhead sharks; off Cocos Island.
Cocos Island is a small island about 300 miles offshore of the Pacific side of Costa Rica.
- Hammerhead Shark (awsomeendangeredanimals.wordpress.com)
- NMFS Announces Closure of the Commercial Gulf of Mexico Aggregated Large Coastal Shark and Gulf of Mexico Hammerhead Shark Management Groups (louisianalagniappe.wordpress.com)
- Video of the Day ~ Mission Blue Cocos Expedition (mission-blue.org)
- Hammerhead Sitings (wjhg.com)
Today, Costa Rica has the distinction of being one of the most biodiverse nations in the world. This tiny Central American country, which occupies only 0.03% of the planet’s surface, is home to more than 5% of all the plant and animal life found on earth. What is also so remarkable about Costa Rica is the variety of habitats found out here as well. Forests, beaches, mountains, mangroves and volcanoes, all make up the incredible landscape of this amazing country. Currently, Costa Rica’s national parks encompass roughly 28% of its total land area.
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