Installation of artificial troughs in different points of the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve (CBR), Campeche, Mexico: A) digging to install the artificial trough in the CBR B) filling them manually with water C) female Baird’s tapir (Tapirus bairdii) and calf recorded with camera trap drinking water from the trough in the CBR and D) jaguar (Panthera onca) recorded with camera trap drinking water on a different trough in the CBR.

  Part of: Pérez-Flores J, Mardero S, López-Cen A, Contreras-Moreno FM (2021) Human-wildlife conflicts and drought in the greater Calakmul Region, Mexico: implications for tapir conservation. Neotropical Biology and Conservation 16(4): 539-563.