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Maned Wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus)

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DARK JAGUAR

Largely as a result of your efforts, the maned wolf thread now has 5 pages loaded with very interesting information. Great job and many thanks. Same for those sharing their information with you.
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Maned wolf realised with Procreate, a drawing software on ipaD...



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credits: Adriano Gambarini


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Amazing photo of a Maned Wolf on the grasslands of the Brazilian Cerrado.


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''We're currently work with a number of 15 to 20 cameras installed in pre-defined stations. These cameras are our eyes in the field, every day, all day, for the last 3 years. They help us to raise the amount of Maned wolves in the region, their daily activity pattern, injured animals, health problems like scabies... And they bring us good information as well as the presence of the puppies (cubs)!

We have accumulated this month almost 20 thousand day traps, resulting in almost 478 thousand hours of monitoring. This produced 8,150 images of wild mammals and specifically of maned wolves, there were more than 700 records in 26 different stations in 36 months in an area of about 1200 km2.

There were 26 wolves identified by their natural marks (mask, mane, ''black socks'' and tail size). All of them have been accompanied by cameras in this period.''


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Maned Wolf in Fazenda Barranco Alto - South Pantanal.

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