The National Biodiversity Institute (INBio) of Costa Rica. The National Biodiversity Institute (INBio) of Costa Rica main purpose is to gather knowledge on the country's biological diversity and promote its sustainable use. 

INBio is a non-governmental, non-profit, that works in collaboration with different government institutions, universities, the private sector and other public and private organizations, both international and within Costa Rica.
  1. Bromeliads in flower
  2. Restaurante Helicolinas
  3. Iguana
  4. Sculpture in pool
  5. Philodendron
  6. Caimanes
  7. Bridge
  8. Entrance to InBio Park
  9. Entrance to INBio
  10. Water fowl
  11. Entrance to INBio
  12. Ananas bracteatus
  13. Entrance
  14. Metal bird by Jose Sancho
  15. InBio gardens
  16. "Wet Lands" area
  17. Lake
  18. Iguana
  19. Watching wildlife
  20. Cascade
  21. Cafeteria
  22. Orchid
  23. Auditorium
  24. Modern Sculpture
  25. Stone sculpture
  26. Viewing the INBIO Lake

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