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Take a picture of an insectivorous bats is quite difficult because they are always in a hurry but these little greater sac-winged bat (Saccopteryx bilineata) was very friendly and stayed for 1 minute in a tree at Mancolona

Calakmul: where the forest protects the vestiges of an ancient culture. To visit these ruins is going back in time to the era when Mayan Culture coexisted in perfect harmony with nature. In the picture, one of the main ruins

This stunning juvenile Speckled Racer (Drymobius margaritiferus) was spotted by one of my campmates slithering under a staff tent in Mancolona. A member of the Herps team extracted the snake and measured it to add to his data. He then

This image was taken at a lake by one of our camera traps. We kept wanting to see hippos every time we went there, however, most times they were a no show! Luckily one morning when changing the camera trap

This image was taken on the way to one of our camera traps. I managed to spot this brown-hooded kingfisher out the corner of my eye, quickly getting the buggy to stop to try get an image! Very soon after

Two moths resting in glasses while team was watching invertebrates in the light trap (Guanales, Cusuco National Park).

I love how this photo shows that sometimes the simplest things in life can be the most enjoyable. We should all take a step back and just enjoy what we have.

A cryptically colored horned frog (Ceratophrys cornuta) blends in with the rainforest leaf litter.

Denizens of swamps and rivers throughout much of northern South America, the smooth-fronted caiman (Paleosuchus trigonatus) is the second smallest species in the family Alligatoridae. The species has never been a major target for hunters due to its

We found this little red mantis, that looks like a dry leaf, watching us in Base Camp (Cusuco National Park)