Researchers from the Wildlife Conservation Society have discovered a booming population of lowland tapirs, Latin America's largest land mammal. These forest and grassland-dwelling herbivores with trunk-like snouts were spotted making themselves at home in a network of out-of-the-way national parks along the Peru-Bolivia border... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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