Researchers from Roraima have used hidden cameras in the forest to observe the lives of wild animals and, with this information, bring knowledge about fauna to the population, explaining the importance of environmental preservation. The idea is to understand how animals live and then develop strategies that "conserve wildlife" in the face of economic advances in the south of the state. The work has been carried out for just over a year by 15 teachers and students from the Federal Institute of Roraima (IFRR), Novo Paraíso campus, in the municipality of Caracaraí, South of Roraima, approximately 249 kilometers from the capital Boa Vista. The results obtained with the project, from the collection of audiovisual records of wild animals, to the environmental awareness actions carried out, contribute to the preservation of biodiversity, integrated with agricultural production, the region's main economic activity. In total, there are ten cameras installed around the 520-hectare perimeter of the IFRR legal area - the equivalent of more than 500 football fields. Among the records made so far, there are those of imposing animals from the Amazon, such as the jaguar, brown, armadillo, ocelot, tapir and even a rare tayra with white fur. With the project, the local population is introduced to the customs of these animals for producers in order to avoid harmful accidents for the animals and also for the community. The project proves to be fundamental so that, in the long term, the agricultural activities developed in Roraima can be aligned with the preservation of the environment.

Fuente: Agencia Amazon

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