Canopy-dwelling rainforest mammals most sensitive to human disturbance

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New research using arboreal camera traps finds that canopy-dwelling mammals are particularly sensitive to the impacts of human disturbance in rainforests and that these effects are easily missed by more traditional monitoring methods. Large-bodied arboreal species like the endangered Peruvian woolly monkey and the endangered black-faced spider monkey were found to be most impacted by […]

Read More: https://news.mongabay.com/2019/05/canopy-dwelling-rainforest-mammals-most-sensitive-to-human-disturbance/

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