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Isla de Coiba is just off the coast of Costa Rica. Before becoming a Panamian national park, Isla de Coiba was penal colony, where conditions were so wild that no cells for prisoners were required. Because Isla Coiba served Panama as a penal colony, access to the island was very restricted. Almost by accident, 80% of the islands natural resources have survived untouched and flourished through limited human contact. Coiba National Park is off Panama’s Pacific coast. Coiba National Park is a group of 38 islands including Isla Coiba and the waters surrounding them, it offers rich and well preserved natural resources. Jaguars, Ocelots and Margays still roam the island. It is one of the last places the Scarlet Maccaw can be found in the wild and is home to many endemic species, including the Coiba Howler Monkey. The waters adjacent to the island are teaming with marine life. It is surrounded by one of the largest coral reefs in the pacific coasts of the Americas.
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