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F IUCN Status: Near Threatened R f Organizational Affiliation: Instituto Pro-Carnivoros; Brazilian Agency for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio) through the National Research Center for Carnivores Conservation (CENAP) f Years Working with Maned Wolves: 14 f Books Published: Serra da Canastra, written with his wife, Laís Duarte Mota. f Notable Accomplishments: Extensive work to help protect Serra da Canastra National Park, which has one of the highest maned wolf populations in Brazil but is threatened by development and encroaching human populations OGÉRIO Cunha de Paula is a Brazilian biologist where they tend to live, and their oversized ears with an intense love for carnivores, and a passion enable them to hear small rodents and prey for the maned wolf in particular.
F Slash-and-burn agriculture, land conversion for crops and pasture, logging, and human expansion have led to signiﬁcant habitat loss for fossa and other animals found only in Madagascar. ” Unfortunately, a new national political party has set back this progress with an aggressive resource exploitation philosophy; however, Dollar is hopeful that the long-term sustainable gains of ecotourism, like that of the women’s collective, will come back into favor. And perhaps his education efforts will help make that happen.
The situation has been exacerbated by the hardship and poverty resulting from the breakup of the former Soviet Union. Full-scale poaching has led to an almost unbelievable 95 percent decline of saigas in less than two decades. Paradoxically, it was Russia’s strength that saved saigas from disappearing in the early 1900s. Even then horns were prized, but laws and enforcement allowed herds to grow. Saiga antelopes used to be so numerous they were routinely hunted and traded across the steppes of Asia and Russia What You Should Know about Saigas f Saigas once roamed the Eurasian plains at the same time as woolly rhinoceroses and mammoths.
Backpacker (May 2015)