The mammals of Costa Rica: a natural history and field guide
From the raucous mantled howler monkeys and the charismatic white-nosed coatis to the elusive jaguar, The Mammals of Costa Rica offers authoritative accounts of the fascinating creatures of the neotropics. With more than four hundred spectacular illustrat
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Common Opossum Didelphis marsupialis
Central American Woolly Opossum Caluromys derbianus
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