Cameras candidly capture bushmeat mammals to avert crisis

Camera trap surveys in the rainforests of southeast Cameroon have been conducted to predict the total biomass of large rodents and duikers, the local African forest ungulates. Based on the data from a statistical model estimating species’ spatial variation, two indicators were identified, showing positive linear correlations with total bushmeat biomass.Camera trap surveys in the rainforests of southeast Cameroon have been conducted to predict the total biomass of large rodents and duikers, the local African forest ungulates. Based on the data from a statistical model estimating species’ spatial variation, two indicators were identified, showing positive linear correlations with total bushmeat biomass.

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