Costa Rica Transfers & Private Tours

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Jaco Beach, Costa Rica
English:(+506-8970-6926
USA:727-399-7424
Local:(+506-8823-2111
info@cuchitransfers.com

About Us

We are a company of tourist operation located in Jaco Beach Central Pacific, on our web page you will find all the activities that we work for which we provide transport with their respective insurance policies and professionals guides which strive to give the best of them with the intention that the activity you choose to the end, has been it you liking and keep safe all our customers especially those under age traveling in such activities.

We understand your vacation time is Very Important and precious, that is why we offer the vast expertise of our drivers and tour guides so you don’t have to spend your vacation time in your room and can enjoy all the wonders and riches with the exuberant nature of Costa Rica.

About Cuchi Transfers Tours

More than a tourist transport company, we are real people who love to share, Offer the best a driver can offer. Our specialty and devotion is to make sure your trip unforgettable. We do this with great pleasure, and we are happy to assist you with your travel plans.

CUCHISAPO OR FROG FISH

Many public aquariums around the world keep frogfish. Frogfish are also available privately from appropriate specialty shops and websites. Though they are prized for their unique appearance, they are not easy to keep for a number of reasons.

They often refuse food or become very fat when they do accept it. Furthermore, they must usually be kept alone as they will eat anything up to twice their size, including other frogfish, even potential mates. Also, as they can change their coloration, many lose the bright patterns they have initially, especially when kept in empty or more dull-colored tanks as opposed to the bright coral environments they are used to.

Though frogfish have been observed to spawn in captivity, captive breeding is difficult.

It is currently not known how to sex most species without dissection so keeping an appropriate pair together raises problems. Furthermore even if they do spawn, raising fry through the planktonic phase is very difficult because the larval fish require extremely tiny live food and must be protected from other predatory fish.