Camera Trapped: Elusive Wildlife Caught in Photos

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Credit: Courtesy of Organization for Tropical Studies, a member of the TEAM network -
With hundreds of camera traps, a team of researchers has documented 105 mammal species at seven tropical-forest sites across the globe. This image of an…Read More »

ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) was taken at Volcan Barva, Costa Rica. It's one of nearly 52,000 photos, taken as part of the first global camera trap mammal study done by The Tropical Ecology Assessment and Monitoring Network (TEAM).   Less «
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