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Five Death’s Tusked Tapir

The tusked-tapir belongs to the Tapiridae family. It has dark brown and white stripes and spots, which allow it to blend into the shadows and sunlight on rainforest floors.

It also has a short prehensile trunk that it uses to grab vegetation and help with navigation. These animals are natives of rainforest regions in South America and Southeast Asia. The odd-toed animals (Perissodactyla), including zebras and horse, are also members of this group.

The tapirs, which were originally introduced to Isla Nublar in order to control rodent populations, ended up flourishing on their own. They were forced to adapt and evolve quickly due to raptor attacks and competition from the lone compy population.

These tapirs typically spend a lot of time in and under water, as they eat freshwater vegetation and seek refuge from predators. They can swim, sink down to the riverbed and walk along it. When urinating they hold their stubby, short tail up. This acts as a natural form of camouflage.

Rippled Jaguar

Jaguars (Panthera onca) are solitary hunters that typically hunt alone, ambushing their prey from hiding or waiting for it to come out of cover. They are adept at climbing and swimming, and are well-suited to aquatic habitats. They eat a variety of animals, including larger terrestrial animals like peccaries, capybaras, deer and tapirs as well as smaller ones such as fish, turtles and caimans.

Jaguars have been observed to inhabit a variety of anthropogenic landscapes. Often, however, results from protected area studies are not representative of the species. They may also fail to take into account human landscapes and their effects on population-level processes.

This project will focus understanding how jaguars travel across anthropogenic terrains and how that impacts their conservation. We will use noninvasive genetic techniques to understand how human induced landscape heterogeneity affects habitat selection and movements in an apex predator. This work will shed some light on the importance to incorporate anthropogenic landscapes in conservation strategies for this threatened species. Moreover, we will highlight the need to promote functional corridors for jaguars, especially in the northern Atlantic Forest (AF) where they are most scarce.

Five Death’s Cat

Death howler is a dark cocoa brown predator that has five-inch claws and Spanish gold spots. It is often seen slithering in the muddy jungles on Isla Nublar and Las Cinco Muertas. These bulky herbivores, which are the larger cousins of the mountain tapirs, can grow up to 8 feet long and are feared. Despite the fearsome appearance of these creatures, they are actually very calm creatures who live in small group and tend to ignore most males except for the dominant ones.

This large native land-predator, which is similar in appearance to the mainland agouti and can be found on Isla Nublar and The Five Deaths, is named for its distinctive sound that sounds like an elk’s bugle mixed with a howl. These apex hunters can hunt in groups of up to 10 members, even though they live alone. They are known to prey on a wide range of animals, such as deer, opossums and peccary. The largest native terrestrial carnivore is the Diego’s Wolf. These creatures hibernate in winter, and are most dangerous to humans during the fall when they fatten up for the season.

Diego’s Wolf

Two Maned Wolf pups were born on December 21 at the Little Rock Zoo, and are being raised by mother Gabby. Visitors to the Little Rock Zoo may occasionally catch a glimpse at the pups in Gabby’s display.

The pups are the first Maned Wolves to be born at the Little Rock Zoo. Maned Wolves originate from South America. They can be found in the rain forests of Brazil, Venezuela, Paraguay, and northern Argentina. These large solitary predators are built for travel with long legs, wide feet, deep but narrow chests, and powerful jaws. Their black and chestnut red pelage makes them well camouflaged in their natural habitat of grasslands with scattered bushes and trees.

This episode marks the debut of Alicia Marquez, Diego’s 11-year-old sister who works as an animal rescuer at the Rescue Center. Alicia cheers Diego and Dora on as they use Click, to track Mommy Maned Wolf pups in nature, ride down rivers and cross prickers or thorns.

Las Cinco Muertas Cat

Lying about two hundred miles southwest of Costa Rica is a chain of five islands named Las Cinco Muertas or The Five Deaths. The name is derived from a Native American myth about a brave Native American warrior who chose between five different forms of execution. He was either burned, drowned in water, crushed, hung, or beheaded. The archipelago never became permanently settled because of the superstitious fears that surrounded it.

The Five Death’s Eagle subspecies lives on these islands. This apex hunter preys upon arboreal mammal species, but also hunts the largest native terrestrial predator, Diego’s wolf.

Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is celebrated on November 1st, which is a Latin American holiday. This Latin American holiday is held on Nov. 1 to remember children who have passed away and on Nov. 2 to honor adults. Families build ofrendas or temporary altars for their loved one by leaving food and drinks, as well as pictures. The ofrendas have four elements: water, wind, earth (food and bread), and fire (candles).

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