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Roy Toft has been exploring and photographing the fauna of the Osa Peninsula for 20 years. He focuses on creating images that convey a sense of the animal's character and spirit. Tort has returned some 50 times to the locale, an area that The National Geographic Society has called "the most biologically intense place on the planet."
The Osa Peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean and is located in the southwest corner of Costa Rica. It encompasses lush rain forests and a complex system of freshwater and marine life. Just 35 miles long and 20 miles wide, the Osa boasts a variety of plant and animal life.