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Fauna Forever Phase I 2004

In Southeast Peru in February 2004, a team of researchers undertook a comprehensive study of nocturnal zoological phenomena. In the remote province of Tambopata, the naturalists came together to study local animals in depth. South African Michael Langford added diversity to a thorough team of Peruvian locals. With consummate skill, Alexis Nunez coordinated the avian observations. Wilfredo Arizabal handled herpetofauna. Observed species included the Bush Dog (Speothos Enaticus), the Tigrillo (Leopardus Pardalus) and the striking Huangana (Tayassu Pecari), a colorful bird with bright plumage. Overall, the zoological research project thorough and comprehensive. The results of the study could warrant further study in the future, revealing new truths about the South American ecosystem.

Fauna Forever Phase I 2004

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