Next trip: Costa Rica!

Amphibiens, Anoures, Costa Rica, Hylidae, Trips

The next trip of Atheris organization is a “back to the source” for some of us. Ten years later, we are back in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica is probably the most visited Central American country for naturalist travel. It’s normal: the biodiversity in fauna and flora is simply exceptional, and the environment is largely preserved there. We hope to meet many people there … See you in November for the report!

Video presentation of the Sahara Sand Viper Cerastes vipera

Atheris’s last trip in Morocco allowed the observation of one of the most remarkable species of the country: the Sahara Sand Viper Cerastes vipera. This species is strictly restricted in sandy environments. It is perfectly adapted for life in the sand, as suggested by the position of its eyes, oriented at the top of the head. Here is a short video which present the species. (more…)