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Resumen Carnivorous mammals in the Lacandon rainforest have been previously listed during the past fifty years. The continuous actualisation of those lists allow us to complete inventories and to detect changes on species richness and composition as a result of human activities. The Lacandon rainforest has lost more than three quarters of its original vegetation cover in the past forty years. One of it´s better preserved areas is the Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve (MABR). In the present study,doi:10.12933/therya-13-171 fatcat:a5dh7rfywbatll3pnjxnlufkqm