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    About This Project

    The goal of our project is to improve connectivity of jaguar habitat in southern Mexico, an area of highly threatened rainforest and a critical wildlife movement corridor. Our methods are completely noninvasive. Conservation Canines detection dogs locate scat samples for DNA/hormone analyses. Our goal will improve jaguar welfare and the ecosystem beneath this top predator, as well as the human societies that live alongside them.
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