The 23,000-year-old "ghost tracks" were primarily made by children and teenagers who were doing work for elders or just hanging around.
It's been a long time since we found you eating crap. Are you OK?
Ecotourism has been a positive force in some ways, but native species like the jaguar, sloth, and howler monkey are losing ground to development.
Who is he, what is he doing here, and why the teeth?
“Melt,” by Drowse, will make you feel like someone is holding your head under water in the Pacific Ocean.
Yet another reason not to cut down the rainforest.
Fungi have been found growing on the backs of Panamanian sloths, some of which researchers believe have never been seen before.