Rainforest animals are experts at disguise. Can you spot the snake in the shrubbery above? Solution is at bottom of page.
Feel a giant beetle crawl across your hand! Rhinoceros beetles need to live in a forest with big old trees. This one was spotted at a sawmill, on a log that was about to be cut into boards. It was rescued and put in a pick-up truck where it clung to the seat-cover for three hours, till the driver came to a rainforest, where the beetle was set free. How do you think this beetle ended up at a sawmill?
Where’s the snake? Below is the solution to the photo puzzle above. Look between the yellow lines.
Photos in rainforest of Pavones, Costa Rica by Patrick Weston