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New selfies in the forest

Last month we shared the launch of our partner IPÊ's Selfies in the Forest Web Platform. 

We are excited to announce that the website has been updated with more camera trap footage straight from the forests of Brazil that you are helping to restore.

See photos of jaguars (above), ocelots, tapirs, pumas and more. They have their latin names alongside them too so you can easily learn more about the species. If you’re already thinking, “what’s a tapir?”, check out our short story about the peculiar ‘South American hippo‘ (it’s not really a hippo).

These photos show the very real impact your support is having on Brazil’s animals. 

Click here to see what that impact looks like.

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