Located on a remote island in Pacific Panama, the LIQUID JUNGLE LAB (LJL) seeks to merge traditional scientific research with state-of-the-art technology to improve the understanding of ocean and terrestrial sciences and advance conservation ecology for the future benefit of the planet. An international group of scientists and students from around the world use the marine lab facilities and experimental farm to conduct their multidisciplinary research.

The Liquid Jungle Lab was founded in 2003 by Jean Pigozzi so scientists and students from around the world could study the sea and land in this amazing area in Panama.  Jean’s motto is “bringing hi-tech to conservation”.

The research station is located on the island of Canales de Tierra off the Pacific coast of the Veraguas province of Panama, approximately 250 km from Panama City (7° 50' N, 81° 35' W).
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Underwater Video

Here’s a video made from pictures taken by our remotely operated, underwater camera named PLUTO (Panama Liquid Jungle Laboratory Underwater Tropical Observatory).

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