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in South America
The concrete jungle of Rio is currently playing host to yet another great Olympic games, but there are other jungles that Brazil is arguably more famous for – the rainforests – where, like the Olympic Games, many animals are fighting against...

in South America
Action for the Wild has been supporting the Punta San Juan Penguin Project since 2006, donating a total of £15,664 to date. In September 2015, we will make an additional donation of £1,525, which will be used to assist with the...

in South America
Eduardo, Clarita and their infants Elva and Timi - a family of San Martin titi monkeys - spend the first few hours of the early morning looking for food and taking shorts rests in their forest habitat in Morro de Calzada...

in South America
It is essential to have some basic knowledge on the biology and behaviour of the species you are trying to conserve. Up until now, the density of the San Martin titi monkey has been studied in just 2 areas; Tarangue and...

in South America
The Punta San Juan (PSJ) team had another busy year in 2012. An important part of their work is to carry out a census of Humboldt penguins at major sites around Peru. The objective this year was to allow Peruvian colleagues...

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