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Jaguar Research Center/SouthWild Jaguar Camp, Pantanal, Brazil

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Jaguar Research Center was closed and dismantled by authorities in november 2009, for operating without license inside a State Park. In 2010 they were working in the same location from a houseboat, in 2011 the camp has been rebuilt, apparently on the opposite riverbank in Mato Grosso do Sul State and runs under the name SouthWild Jaguar Camp.

Here is a collection of material regarding the Jaguar Research Center, alias SouthWild Jaguar Camp and his owner Charles Alexander Munn III:

[url]http://tropicalnaturetravel.wordpress.com/[/url]

Could be interesting for you to read it before planning a trip to that region.

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