Jaguars of the Northern Pantanal

Jaguars of the Northern Pantanal

Panthera Onca at the Meeting of the Waters

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Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc

07/2020

350

Mole

Inglês

9780128221389

15 a 20 dias

950

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Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Individual jaguars 1. Identifying individual jaguars - Paul Brooke and Paul Donahue Section 3: Setting the scene 2. Habitat for Jaguars - Paul Donahue Section 4: Jaguar biology 3. Characteristics and physiology - Paul Brooke 4. Once they were even larger - Paul Brooke 5. Prey items of jaguars - Paul Brooke 6. Bite force and consumption of prey - Paul Brooke 7. Tree-climbing ability of jaguars 8. Territories, population density, and the jaguar corridor - Paul Brooke 9. Flehmen response and scent lures - Paul Brooke 10. The not so solitary - Paul Donahue 11. Mating, cub rearing, and natal disperal - Paul Brooke 12. Suffering and grooming - Paul Brooke 13. Aging and geriatric jaguars - Paul Brooke Section 5: Jaguar tourism and conservation 14. Jaguar tourism - Paul Donahue 15. The scourge of humans - Paul Brooke 16. Jaguars have a cow problem - Paul Donahue 17. Safeguarding cattle with cattle and water buffaloes - Paul Brooke 18. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals - Paul Donahue 19. Hydrophilia and mercury poisoning - Paul Brooke Section 6: Miscellaneous 20. Isca da Onca - Paul Donahue 21. Miscellaneous observations and information - Paul Donahue 22. Field notes - Paul Donahue 23. Pantanal way points for 2017 and 2019 - Paul Donahue 24. Jaguar identification guide examples and names - Abbie Martin, Paul Brooke Section 7: Final thoughts 25. Laying aside fear, embracing beauty - Paul Brooke Authors' biographies Index
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jaguar; Panthera onca; subpopulation; predators; poaching; species conservation; Brazil; Mato Grosso; family lineage; hunting; morphology; physiology; territory overlap; social bonds; mating; cub rearing; natal dispersal; photographs; defense; habituation; ecotourism; habitat destruction