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I've been getting a lot of DM's about the Feel Nothing music video and how a lot of the shots were done. So here you go, a peek at some of the magic. @jakesteven__ captured some great behind the scenes footage in this that will hopefully give you more insight. ✌️
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@natgeo photo for Jaguar Story Dec 2017 Nat Geo Mag by @stevewinterphoto
Two 16 month old Jaguar Cubs feeding on a cow, which their mom killed on @refugioecologicocaiman.
A ecotourism project on a ranch allows jaguars to feed on the cattle and get accustom to safari vehicles, in a part of the southern Pantanal that is not a flooded area like the north.
My @natgeo jaguar story is out this month!! Check it out!
Local people need to benefit from living with predators - and not from killing them and selling their parts - a sustainable future includes people living with wildlife - and an intact healthy ecosystem. I learned from a Panthera biologist, Fernando Tortato writing in a new paper he published this year - that in Jaguar territory in the Pantanal of Brazil a cow is worth $2000 in its lifetime - where each jaguar in this area brings in $108,000 A YEAR in ECOTOURISM income!!!! So jaguars are safe within this area. Think of all the family members in an area that work in ecotourism to show tourists the jaguars, birds and other wildlife of the area. They work in the lodges - drive the boats - guide the tourists etc.
But in some parts of its range in South America poaching of jaguars is rampant again - like is was back in the 1960’s and 70’s. We need to get the story out in the press and hopefully Governments will be forced by their citizens to act. There is a loophole in the law that if it is a "cattle killing jaguar"- you cannot make a rancher suffer losses and you can kill the cat. But I found in areas with minimal cattle - all the skins I was shown were called cattle killers. A earlier project by Sandra Cavalcanti showed only 1% of cattle deaths could be attributed to jaguars - so killing them all for their parts is wrong AND illegal.
If you save the top predator in any ecosystem you save everything under it. “When the buying stops, the killing can too.” @wildaid
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Check out @capstan_band in their latest music video “The Wreath and the Follower”. Link in bio.