Costa Rica: Monkeys at the Manuel Antonio National Park

Hands On Travel takes pride in its own Deaf Ecosystem by supporting local Deaf Tour Guides.  Here’s Albert at Manual Antonio National Park in Costa Rica and see some adorable monkeys!

Video Description: Alberto is wearing a gray shirt with a black backpack and a black/green hat. He’s signing the transcript below as the clips go back and forth to different kinds of monkeys and the environment and Alberto’s clips.

Transcript: The most listed park in Costa Rica is also the smallest park and it is named Manuel Antonio National Park. Welcome to my home! Here in Costa Rica, we have 4 different species of monkeys. First, the white-faced monkey. Second, the Titi, which is a small monkey. Third, the Congo, which is very loud and makes a lot of noises. Lastly, the spider monkey.


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