Costa Rica is a nature paradise, a haven for hundreds of species of wildlife, including plants and trees, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects and more. Costa Rica is heavily protected under environmental rules, and up to 30 % of the country is under some sort of protection status, either national park, nature reserve, biological reserve or privately held protection areas. The rainforests, wetlands, mangrove forests, cloud forests, rivers, lagoons and tropical savannahs are inhabited by one of the most diverse biological collection in the world. Famous national parks like Corcovado are considered among the most intense biological places on earth. Species include Jaguars, Tapir, Crocodiles, Bull Sharks, Raccoons, Coati Mundi, three types of anteaters, two types of sloths, Ocelots, Margays and so many more.