With a rich history and a promising future, Bogotá, Colombia is a fascinating place to be right now. And it’s so much bigger than you think! With a metro population of nearly ten million people, the city dwarfs most American and European cities. Here’s ho
Habitat: Colombia, Ecuador Status: Endangered This awesome frog is the Tiger’s Treefrog (Hyloscirtus tigrinus) and I’m sure you can see how it got its common name. If a tiger and a frog hooked up… well, you’d get this guy.
CaldasIt is one of the 32 departments of Colombia, with an approximate population of 968,740 inhabitants (according to the DANE census of 2005) and an area of 7,888 km². Its capital is Manizales. It is part of the Coffee Region and the Paisa region. The department has limits to the north with the department of Antioquia, to the east with the departments of Cundinamarca and Boyacá, to the west with the department of Risaralda and to the south with that same department and Tolima.
The Republic of Panama is a Central American country that is located between North and South America. It shares borders with several countries including Costa Rica and Colombia. Panama City, the capital, is the largest city in the country with a populatio
The Purple-throated Woodstar, Calliphlox mitchellii: Colombia/ Ecuador, and a minor localized population in Panama, 600 km from its main species distribution
Instagram feed shows everyday extinction - in pictures
Photographer Sean Gallagher has set up a new Instagram feed called Everyday Extinction. Featuring work from 25 wildlife photographers, photojournalists and scientists, the project aims to highlight species extinction and celebrate biodiversity
Telipogon diabolicus is a species of orchid in the genus Telipogon. Only a single population of 30 plants are known to exist, on the border between the Putumayo and Nariño departments of southern Colombia.Accordingly, it is classed as "critically endangered" in the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List.The name diabolicus refers to the way its wine-red or maroon gynostemium looks like the head of the devil