Costa Rica

Courtney, Robert Carter, Sylvan Garcia, and Pandora Janeway

Costa Rica is a beautiful country that borders Nicaragua to the north, and Panama to the south.
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Snakes!

When you go through a jungle of Costa Rica you almost never see snakes, and even if you do they are most likely not poisonous. If they are poisonous they wouldn't bite you unless you stomp or grab them.
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Capital and Population

Costa Rica's capital is San Jose and its population is 4,133,882.
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Food

A common dish in Costa Rica contains, black beans, and rice that they call gallo pinto. They call their common meals comida tipica. Some baked goods and breads are, pan bon, tres leches, pan de maiz, queque seco, tamal asado, and torta chilena.
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Clothing

Traditional clothing for women is a dress with no sleeves, with thick, frilly ruffles sticking out at the shoulders. Men's traditional clothing is simple and elegant.
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Scuba Diving

Enric Sala went scuba diving off Cocos Island, Costa Rica, and swam with a school of grunts.
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