First Global Camera Trap Mammal Study

I thought this was a very interesting study. Global researchers are getting a different perspective of wildlife from preserves in Suriname, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Tanzania, Brazil, Uganda and Laos, through hidden cameras.

With over 400 camouflage automatic cameras snapping candid images Conservation International has captured some really beautiful images.

The first of 52,000 photos have just been released.

For complete information on this study go to:

Conservation International

All images Courtesy of Conservation International Suriname, a member of the TEAM network –

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda. Pan troglodytes (Common chimpanzee), an endangered species.

Manaus, Brazil.Tapirus terrestris (South America Tapir)

Central Suriname Nature Reserve, Suriname. Tayassu pecari (White-lipped Pecari) – a near threatened species. Of the sites researched, this one presented the highest number of species diversity (28).
Volcan Barva, Costa Rica. Nasua narica (White-nosed coati).
Bukit Barisan Selatan, Indonesia. Macaca nemestrina (Southern pig-tailed macaque.
Central Suriname Nature Reserve, Suriname. Tapirus terrestris (South American Tapir)

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