The first global survey of tropical mammals with camera traps analyzed 52,000 photos snapped in seven countries. The images confirm a long-standing notion in the conservation community: The larger a nature preserve, the more diverse and numerous its mammals. The Global Camera Trap Mammal study was led by Conservation International.
A jaguar paws through the Central Suriname Nature Reserve in South America. Conservation International Suriname as part of the TEAM Network Partnership Buy Photo