Anyone interested in learning about the wildlife of Panama should go on this short, free tour. Our guide was delightful, full of information and an enthusiasm for his home. The Smithsonian is the first institution to do research in Central America and they are known worldwide for their excellent scientific contributions. In the short 1.5 hours we were there, we saw caiman, monkeys, iguana and a variety of wonderful birds. There is also a touching pool where the kids got to touch sea urchins, sea worms and anenome. We did not need a reservation. We went on a Thursday at 3 pm.
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