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Photographing Jaguars in Costa Rica Eco-lodges

Jaguars Costa Rica Eco-lodge Wildlife Photography

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#1 Tom Kellie

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Posted 05 September 2016 - 09:22 PM

http://www.seattleti...help-save-them/

 

~ This article, originally published in the New York Times, explains the use of an extensive camera trap network in Costa Rica to photograph such larger cats as puma, margay, ocelot and jaguarundi.

 

On the Osa Peninsula the diminished jaguar population is also monitored by the 80 camera traps. Local farmers view jaguars as threats to their livelihood hence kill them.


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