Book includes knowledge about primates living in flooded environments around the world, explaining the animals’ relationship with these places and how research can help in their conservation.
Researchers at the Mamirauá Institute captured two jaguars that will be included in the monitoring and study initiative of felines in the Amazon. The surprise, however, was to see a baby jaguar.
Researchers at the Institute Mamirauá caught a large-headed capuchin monkey preaching the nest of a black caiman with the help of a tool.
Today, faced with an increasingly erratic climate, some “predictions based on traditional knowledge of the riparian are no longer reliable, ” says a fishing technician.
Research of Mamirauá Institute shows that these animals are able to live in the flooded forests during the months of full water in the Amazon.
Each $ 0.5 invested in tourism generates more than $ 2 for the local economy. The municipalities around the reserve are also benefited.