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Occupancy rate and observations of Baird's tapir (Tapirella bairdii) near waterholes in the Maya forest corridor, Belize
It is estimated that 25 % of the mammal species in the world are at risk of extinction due to habitat loss, fragmentation, farming, and overexploitation. Baird's tapir (Tapirella bairdii), an ungulate with part of its distribution within the Maya Forest, is at risk of extinction. Waterholes, a primary source for water and an essential element for the survival of tapirs, were the target of this study design. We used a camera-trap survey to determine tapir occupancy and detection rate probabilitydoi:10.12933/therya-21-969 fatcat:6ns5ogo4arg6dj7berl7timboy