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Cahuita National Park is a park located on the southern Caribbean coast in Limón Province, Costa Rica. It's main gateway is the town Cahuita. It protects beaches and lowlands and is popular with scuba divers and snorkellers, which can enjoy the protected marine area which contains abudant marine wildlife, as well as being a nesting ground for sea turtles. This is also one of the nicest and least developed beaches in the country. The park has an enormous biodivesity, with the reef having at least 35 species of coral and 123 species of fish. Land animals include coatis, raccoons, sloths, agoutis, howler monkeys and capuchin monkeys. It has a wide variety of birds as well including the ibis, kingfisher and toucan.
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