The first global camera trap mammal study has documented 105 species in nearly 52,000 images from seven protected areas across the Americas, Africa and Asia. The results of the study were published in the article “Community structure and diversity of tropical mammals: data from a global camera trap network”, in the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. The study was led by Dr. Jorge Ahumada, ecologist with the Tropical Ecology Assessment and Monitoring Network (TEAM).
In photo 1: Volcan Barva, Costa Rica. Tamandua mexicana (Northern tamandua). Smaller anteater. (Courtesy of Organization for Tropical Studies, a member of the TEAM network - http://www.teamnetwork.org)