Paraguayan national park gets protection at last

Puma, Ocelots and Jaguars! “Twenty-three years after its creation on paper, part of Paraguay’s San Rafael National Park has finally been afforded some real protection.”

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video says about itself:

Camera trap compilation from Three Giants Station, Paraguay

26 July 2012

This compilation of camera trap video clips was put together by José Luis Cartes (Pepe) — Director of Programmes at Guyra Paraguay, one of WLT’s partners. The camera traps are set along the paths around their Three Giants Biological Station in the Paraguayan Chaco-Pantanal and were taken in May and June 2012. The station is named after the ‘The 3 Giants’: Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla), Giant Otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) and Giant Armadillo (Priodontes maximus) that can be found in the area.

Translation: “Puma and baby, ocelot then jaguar, puma again, another puma and baby –the same ones?, ocelot watching, the king of the forest, the jaguar.”

From BirdLife:

Paraguayan forest finally gets protection

By Martin Fowlie, Fri, 10/07/2015 – 14:32

Twenty-three years after its…

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