Saturday, June 21, 2008

Tamarindo's development is ruining its ecology

A construction employee works at a construction site in Tamarindo beach, in Santa Cruz de Guanacaste, 250 miles (402 km) north of San Jose, April 29, 2008. Once home to monkeys, turtles and other rare wildlife, this stretch of coast in northwest Costa Rica is developing so fast that it is tarnishing the country's reputation as a destination for eco-tourists. (REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate)

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