The cats of Los Llanos are undoubtedly their most famous, and elusive, residents. Join conservationists to set up camera traps for the local ocelots, pumas and jaguars, following their exploits even once you’ve returned home.
Much like the big cats of the African savannah, the apex predators of Los Llanos are the elegant ocelots, stealthy pumas and giant jaguars – thought to be the biggest in the world. Join a dedicated team of local conservationists and set up camera traps to assist in the protection and dedicated study of these shy felines, whose movements are documented by the specialist camera trap technology. After your return home, you can receive regular updates from the conservation team about the cats photographed by the cameras you helped to install on the plains of Los Llanos.
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