Thursday, January 19, 2012

Things you need to know if Living in the Rain Forest

The animals in the rainforest is also exciting. Everywhere around you any kind of life awaits you for your interest. Go ahead, take a walk along the beach. In miles there is only you, flora and fauna of an unspoiled earth. The scurrying and antics sand crabs will entertain you. Chirping and croaking of frogs, with their brilliant blue skin sharply contrasting yellow markings will shock and amaze.

Look in the creeks and you will enjoy the playfulness of the royal purple crabs scampering over rocks and fallen branches away from the cool, crystal clear water. Overhead in the networks of female iguanas jumping branches and crawl under the fresh green leaves that perfectly match their color. Male iguanas, dark brown and black striped away will be hard to find against tree trunks and branches to slide elegantly from one to the other.

Be wary of spiders with three meters wide web spun between the low-lying branches. The green marbled with white spider will be on one side. Spread the fingers of your hand as much as you can from the tip of the thumb at the end of your finger is just over the span of the spider and the legs. His body is about the length of the first two parts of one of your fingers. If you spot a large tablespoon of white cotton wool attached to a limb on the edge of the network, which will be her eggs, a second generation, waiting to hatch soon. So the spider in a bad mood. Best to let her alone.

If the sea mixes with fresh water from a rain forest stream, a tidal marsh, complete with mangrove trees and their over-grown, finger-like roots will surely be present. It is in these the red fire engine with its snowy Tasquera crab claws and black back will treasure, climb and hide. They are fast, but you should be able to get a good look at them until they bolt for cover. You may wonder how such a colorful creature hiding in a dull, dark environment so completely that it can not be seen or accessed. Spit, rinsed and cleaned, making them the most wonderful crab soup you can imagine.

Called "Casas Limpia" or "cleaning", three inches long, dull gray semi-transparent lizards crawling on virtually any surface with ease. Wood, wallpaper, plaster, metal or glass, they move in short spurts horizontally, vertically or diagonally in their constant quest for flies, moths, dead flies, mosquitoes, ants, cockroaches, termites, maggots, worms or whatever they can find. She is "clean" houses of many unwanted pests. After dark they keep "hanging out" around lights, lamps and light sources to choose one or two careless moth attracted to light.

Cast your gaze on the multi-colored water in the Pacific. You can see dolphins playing in the water less than 50 meters from the beach. Go ahead, take a dip. In this part of the world where there are no sharks, dolphins. The gentle surf is warm and clean. Your swimmer will update. At every turn there are a few delights and dangers that can befall the unsuspecting, but nature is at peace with all who are conscious about the environment. It is here to feed and care for your pleasure. Come and enjoy it.

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