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  • Studying giant otters in the rainforest wet season: a blog by Dr Adi Barocas - Studying in the rain has its challenges Conducting field research in the tropics is challenging. Working in the Peruvian Amazon during the rainy season, between November and April, is even more so. When I started studying giant otters in the Madre de Dios province a few years ago, I was advised to stick to the… Read more
  • Giant-otter-eating-fish-Frank-Hajek A morning in Tres Islas for the giant otter project: a blog by Dr Adi Barocas - Dr Adi Barocas is the project leader in Peru for our giant otter project. Giant otters are under threat from illegal gold mining activities and deforestation which are severely affecting their habitat in the Peruvian amazon. The team’s studying several giant otter family groups both in a protected area, within Manu National Park, and areas… Read more
  • Giant-otters-Giant-Otter-project-update Gold-mining-fish-bites-and-hungry-caiman Giant otter project update: gold mining, fish bites and hungry caiman - Illegal gold mining activities and deforestation have severely affected the habitat of giant otters in the Peruvian amazon. However, the full extent of these human threats on giant otters are not well understood yet. People’s Trust for Endangered Species has teamed up with Adi  Barocas in Peru, to understand what is happening and what we can do… Read more
  • Life of a researcher – giant otters - Looking for giant otters in mined areas of the Peruvian Amazon By Adi Barocas Illegal gold mining activities and deforestation have severely affected the habitat of giant otters in the Peruvian amazon. However, the full extent of these human threats on giant otters are not well understood yet. People's Trust for Endangered Species has teamed up… Read more

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