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The brown bear is the second largest terrestrial carnivore after polar bears. They can weigh up to 600 kg! I am your host, Romi Castagnino, and I’m a conservation scientist, writer and photographer! Every week, we’ll be introducing you to new animals caught on camera traps around the world. Brown bears are the most widespread

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The short-eared dog is one of the most elusive mammals of the Amazon basin. Visitors to the South American forests are much more likely to see a jaguar than they are to spot this solitary creature. I am your host, Romi Castagnino, and I’m a conservation scientist, writer and photographer! Every week, we’ll be introducing you to

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Is it a wolf? Dog? Fox? This is the maned wolf although it looks more like a long-legged fox than a wolf. That’s why it earned its nickname of fox on stilts. I’m your host Romi Castagnino and I’m a conservation scientist, writer and photographer. Every week we’ll be introducing you to new animals caught

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Chamois, members of the goat-antelope family, are amazing rock climbers. They spend most of their lives roaming the mountains and alpine meadows of Europe and Asia. Chamois have elastic pads on the bottom of their hooves which allow them to quickly move on slippery slopes and rocky terrain. I am your host, Romi Castagnino, and

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Puma, cougar, panther, mountain lion… This cat holds the world record for the most names for an animal with, 80 different synonyms. Its genus, “Puma,” is derived from the Peruvian Quechua language which means powerful, and that is exactly what one thinks when looking at this animal! I am your host, Romi Castagnino, and I’m

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This is probably one of my favorite species. No, it’s not a brontosaurus, although it looks like something taken out of Jurassic Park. It’s just a video of coatis walking in reverse! I am your host, Romi Castagnino, and I’m a conservation scientist, writer and photographer! Every week, we’ll be introducing you to new animals

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Some people think that tapirs are some kind of pig, but that’s not the case. Actually, their closest relatives are rhinos and horses. I am your host, Romi Castagnino, and I’m a conservation scientist, writer and photographer! Every week, we’ll be introducing you to new animals caught on camera traps around the world. The lowland

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