Golfo Dulce in Costa Rica is 1 of only 4 tropical fjords in the world and is an exceptional ecosystem that is home to magnificent animals like humpback and sperm whales, manta rays, bottlenose dolphins, corals, green sea turtles, snappers and hundreds of shark species. The gulf is surrounded by rainy forests, mangroves and sandy beaches and happens to be a nursery for the scalloped hammerhead shark, with thousands of baby sharks born there every year.
Recent research suggests evidence of a…
Country: Costa Rica
Size: 4210.3 hectares Hectares
Ecoregion: Marine - Tropical Upwellings
Status: VCA Silver