Camera trap photographic records from an artificial waterhole (jagüey) at the ejido “Unión 20 de Junio”, Calakmul, Campeche, Mexico: A) Baird’s tapir at the beginning of the dry season (jagüey is almost full) B) probably the same tapir a month later, the water has started to decrease C) 23 days after picture B people with domestic animals visiting the jagüey and D) six days after picture C at the end of the dry season a tapir passes through the jagüey which is completely dry.

  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.