Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica is home to a wide variety of wildlife. The park is located on the Pacific Coast of the country and is known for its lush rainforest, stunning beaches, and diverse wildlife.

The park is home to a variety of mammals, including the red-tailed squirrel, the sloth, the white-faced capuchin monkey, the coati, the agouti, the collared peccary, the Central American tapir, and the white-nosed coati. Additionally, visitors may spot agoutis, deer, and armadillos.

The park is also home to over 350 species of birds, including toucans, parrots, macaws, eagles, and hawks. The Scarlet Macaw is especially prevalent in the park.

Reptiles and amphibians, including lizards, frogs, and snakes, are also found in the park. The park is home to the poison dart frog, the green iguana, and the boa constrictor.

Finally, visitors can view a variety of marine life in the waters surrounding the park, including manta rays, sea turtles, dolphins, and whales.

Manuel Antonio National Park is open daily from 7am to 4pm and is a popular tourist destination. Visitors can explore the park trails, visit the beaches, and view the wildlife. It is also possible to hire a guide to take visitors on a tour of the park and its wildlife.