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A female fringe-lipped bat (Trachops cirrhosus) from the wild in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered, male black-crowned Central American squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii oerstedii) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered, male black-crowned Central American squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii oerstedii) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered, male black-crowned Central American squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii oerstedii) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered, male black-crowned Central American squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii oerstedii) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered white fronted capuchin (Cebus versicolor) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered, female hooded spider monkey (Ateles geoffroyi grisescens) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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A critically endangered brown-headed spider monkey (Ateles fusciceps rufiventris) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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A critically endangered brown-headed spider monkey (Ateles fusciceps rufiventris) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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A critically endangered brown-headed spider monkey (Ateles fusciceps rufiventris) at the Summit Municipal Park in Gamboa, Panama.

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An endangered Costa Rican variable harlequin toad (Atelopus varius) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This species is highly endangered and is found very little in the wild. The female is yellow and much larger than the male.

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Yellow-spotted glass frog (Sachatamia albomaculata) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC).

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Niceforo’s marsupial frog (Gastrotheca nicefori) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This marsupial frog raises young in a pouch on its back and is from the Darien area of Panama.

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Niceforo’s marsupial frog (Gastrotheca nicefori) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This marsupial frog raises young in a pouch on its back and is from the Darien area of Panama.

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Two critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Panamanian golden frogs (Atelopus zeteki) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). The female is the larger frog.

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Critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC).

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Black narrow-mouthed frog (Ctenophryne aterrima) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This burrowing frog can run as fast as a mouse.

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Black narrow-mouthed frog (Ctenophryne aterrima) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This burrowing frog can run as fast as a mouse.

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Black narrow-mouthed frog (Ctenophryne aterrima) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This burrowing frog can run as fast as a mouse.

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An endangered Horned marsupial tree frog (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This is a female with eggs tucked into a pouch in her back.

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An endangered Horned marsupial tree frog (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This is a female with eggs tucked into a pouch in her back.

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An endangered Horned marsupial tree frog (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This is a female with eggs tucked into a pouch in her back.

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A critically endangered Tabasara robber frog (Craugastor tabasarae) at El Valle Conservation Center. There are only four left in captivity.

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A Panamanian color morph of (Dendrobates auratus) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC).

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Two critically endangered Tabasara robber frogs (Craugastor tabasarae) at El Valle Conservation Center. There are only four left in captivity.

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A Panamanian color morph of (Dendrobates auratus) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC).

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Granular toad (Rhinella granulosa) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC).

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