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Jaguars of the Northern Pantanal

Panthera onca at the Meeting of the Waters

Book2020

Authors:

Paul Brooke and Paul Donahue

Jaguars of the Northern Pantanal

Panthera onca at the Meeting of the Waters

Book2020

 

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Authors:

Paul Brooke and Paul Donahue

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Jaguars of the Northern Pantanal: Panthera Onca at the Meeting of the Waters details the lives and behaviors of this subpopulation of jaguars through one-of-a-kind photographs from ... read full description

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Jaguars of the Northern Pantanal: Panthera Onca at the Meeting of the Waters details the lives and behaviors of this subpopulation of jaguars through one-of-a-kind photographs from 26 international photographers, as well as illustrations, maps, waypoints, scientific insights, field journal excerpts and personal narratives. The book seeks to understand how locals can coexist with these cats while benefitting financially through ecotourism. Users will find this book to be a conceptual model to apply to other subpopulations in order to save jaguars throughout North and South America.

It is an ideal resource for researchers and practitioners in wildlife conservation, naturalism ecotourism and biologists.

Jaguars of the Northern Pantanal: Panthera Onca at the Meeting of the Waters details the lives and behaviors of this subpopulation of jaguars through one-of-a-kind photographs from 26 international photographers, as well as illustrations, maps, waypoints, scientific insights, field journal excerpts and personal narratives. The book seeks to understand how locals can coexist with these cats while benefitting financially through ecotourism. Users will find this book to be a conceptual model to apply to other subpopulations in order to save jaguars throughout North and South America.

It is an ideal resource for researchers and practitioners in wildlife conservation, naturalism ecotourism and biologists.

Key Features

  • Edited and supported by the Panthera organization, a leading, global non-profit dedicated to the education and protection of the world’s large cat species
  • Identifies individual jaguars and family connections, following them through time and lineage
  • Provides new insights on how tourism impacts jaguars and their hunting behavior
  • Examines the negative perception of jaguars in the region as ranchers start to see the financial benefits of ecotourism and the poaching culture becomes increasingly taboo
  • Edited and supported by the Panthera organization, a leading, global non-profit dedicated to the education and protection of the world’s large cat species
  • Identifies individual jaguars and family connections, following them through time and lineage
  • Provides new insights on how tourism impacts jaguars and their hunting behavior
  • Examines the negative perception of jaguars in the region as ranchers start to see the financial benefits of ecotourism and the poaching culture becomes increasingly taboo

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ISBN

978-0-12-822138-9

Language

English

Published

2020

Copyright

Copyright © 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

Imprint

Academic Press

Authors

Paul Brooke

Paul Donahue