And we’ve been surprised at the amount of videos acquired within about a week and a half.
After a full week of hard work installing cameras at different heights in the forest we were able to collect the first pilot results this week. Although having this many cameras in a relatively small area gave us the expectation of a good amount of results in a short time, we could have never asked for so many animals caught on video. Ranging from White-Throated Capuchin Monkeys to Tamanduas and various Margays, these results showed us the presence of both common and threatened species in the area.
See here a compilation of some of the animals caught on tape:
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