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  • Patricia Medici
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  • March 2, 2018
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Hello everyone! Here I am for another UPDATE FROM THE FIELD!!!!!!!!!!!!! During the first half of 2017, we focused on finalizing the sampling in our Cerrado study area. We carried out five capture expeditions and several monitoring expeditions to the Cerrado and it completely paid off! MAJOR SUCCESS!!!!! Y

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Lowland Tapir Health and Long-Term Conservation in Brazil

  • Patricia Medici
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  • March 2, 2018
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  By Renata Carolina Fernandes Santos, Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative (LTCI), Institute for Ecological Research (IPÊ), Brazil The lowland tapir is the largest terrestrial mammal of South America and is currently listed by the IUCN/SSC Red List of Threatened Species a

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Behind Sooner Dining so Window

  • Patricia Medici
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  • March 2, 2018
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Dear Supporters of the Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative: I hope this message finds all of you very well! Here I am to share with you what we have been up to since our last Update from the Field last February! My 2012 field season does not start until mid-May, so I am still working from my office, analyzing dat

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Dear Supporters of the Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative: I hope this message finds all of you very well! Here I am to share with you what we have been up to since our last Update from the Field last February! My 2012 field season does not start until mid-May, so I am still working from my office, analyzing data

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Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative February 2012

  • Patricia Medici
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  • February 13, 2012
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Dear Supporters of the Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative, Another year has started… I hope 2012 has been treating all of you VERY WELL! We are now stuck in our offices while the Pantanal floods very rapidly. We still managed to go to the field in January to retrieve our camera-traps, move some of our box traps

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