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Jonathan Sequeira

Jonathan Sequeira

I am a naturalist for International Expeditions, with a PhD in Alternative Medicine, love photography and sharing my experiences.

Costa RicaLat: 9.75, Long: -83.75

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Jonathan Sequeira White-eyed Buzzard
White-eyed Buzzard commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Rajasthan, India3 days ago

Congratulations on your SOTW

Jonathan Sequeira Slider Turtle and butterfly
Slider Turtle and butterfly commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Colorado, Provincia Limón, Costa Rica2 weeks ago

Gracias por los comentarios, son inspiradores.

Jonathan Sequeira Red-eyed Treefrog
Red-eyed Treefrog commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Sarapiquí, Provincia Heredia, Costa Ricaa month ago

Gracias a todos por los comentarios, siempre un honor y placer compartir mis hallazgos.

Jonathan Sequeira Water Dragon
Water Dragon commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Sulawesi Tenggara, Indonesia2 months ago

Congratulations on the SOTW , Great specimen.

Jonathan Sequeira Red and Silver Dewdrop Spider
Red and Silver Dewdrop Spider commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Pulau Pinang, Malaysia2 months ago

Felicidades en el SOTW

Jonathan Sequeira Wasp moth
Wasp moth commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Mizoram, India2 months ago

Felicitaciones por el SOTW

Jonathan Sequeira Eboni Keel-backed Snake
Eboni Keel-backed Snake commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica3 months ago

Thanks for your comment, always a pleasure to share in our project

Jonathan Sequeira Double-Crested Basilisk
Double-Crested Basilisk commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica3 months ago

Thanks a lot. I hope you all enjoy this spooting as much as I do

Jonathan Sequeira Double-Crested Basilisk
Double-Crested Basilisk commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica3 months ago

Hi Daniele, I know dragonflies can drink water and obtain liquids from. What they eat, but I am not sure about liquids or posible minerals from reptiles, but it is a possibility.

Jonathan Sequeira Double-Crested Basilisk
Double-Crested Basilisk commented on by Jonathan Sequeira Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica3 months ago

Gracias por la nominación y todos los comentarios . siempre es un placer contribuir en el proyecto.