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Jaguar in Pantanal
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Onça-pintada - Jaguar - Na Fazenda San Francisco - Pantanal do Miranda MS
Onça-pintada - Jaguar - Na Fazenda San Francisco - Pantanal do Miranda MS
Onça-pintada - Jaguar - Na Fazenda San Francisco - Pantanal do Miranda MS
Onça-pintada - Jaguar - Na Fazenda San Francisco - Pantanal do Miranda MS
No rastro da onça-pintada - following the jaguar in the Pantanal
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Pantanal is the largest wetland in the world occupying around 140.000 km2 of Central Brazil.

Known worldwide by the abundance of its fauna, Pantanal holds one of the last populations of the endangered jaguar, the third largest cat of the world.

In this environment ruled by a periodic cycle of waters inundations, the main economic activity is cattle raising. The forced coexistence between livestock and large cats has taken to a conflict with losses on both sides.

Hosted at Fazenda San Francisco, Projeto Gadonça is being taken since 2003, with the objective of studying the relationship of domestic cattle and wild cats at the southern portion of the Brazilian Pantanal. Up to date eleven jaguars and three pumas fitted with radio collars are monitored daily to know their movement and home ranges in the area of Fazenda San Francisco and neighbors. Our objectives are to understand the depredation patterns on livestock cattle by jaguars and pumas and to identify the factors which predispose livestock to the attack of these native predators.

Now you have the opportunity of joining the staff of Projeto Gadonça in their research activities, helping the conservation of these magnificent animals.

The activities of Scientific Research Tourism start with a lecture about the project done by the biologist in charge.
After that, visitors will join the monitoring of radio collared animals, will and make field trips to locate and identify animals preyed by jaguars or pumas. and aAlso you will go out at night to watch wildlife and possibly localize some predators.

Going out on car, boat, walking or riding horses make part of the routine of Projeto Gadonça staff.

The funds raised with the activities of scientific research tourism are reverted to the maintenance and continuity of the project.

Visit the website www.fazendasanfrancisco.tur.br and find more information about the Projeto Gadonça and other options of trips to the Brazilian Pantanal.

Em 12 de Maio de 2013, a onça fêmea Borboleta cruzou com o macho Grandão, durante o passeio de Chalana! Cena rara!
Auditorio, Laboratório e Escritório do Projeto Gadonça na Fazenda San Francisco

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