Aquatic Reptiles of Costa Rica
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Grunts are abundant at
Molasses Reef, Key Largo, Florida.
This is just the initial idea (outline to follow) but I do know that the subject of my paper will feature crocodiles and alligators from the various rivers in Costa Rica. Right now I'm thinking that I'll only study those two types of 'aquatic reptiles,' but I may decide to expand on that and include other, so I'm keeping my options open with the title. I'll start by describing the types of reptiles, but also focus on their outlook for the future.
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Tropical Marine Ecology of the Bahamas and Florida Keys
Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica
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