Den brittiska naturfotografen Will Burrard-Lucas har i ett forskningsprojekt tillsammans med Världsnaturfonden WWF placerat ut ett antal så kallade kamerafällor i Zambeziregionen i Namibia.

I ett blogginlägg skriver han:

Our aim was to obtain high-quality images of elusive animals, some of which had only ever been photographed on research cameras before.

The Zambezi Region is a narrow strip of land, formerly known as the Caprivi Strip, that runs between Botswana and Angola, all the way to the Zambezi river in the East. It is the heart of the Kavango – Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area, otherwise known as KAZA, which links wildlife populations in Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia. WWF works with the governments, local communities and species conservation programmes throughout the KAZA region.

Effekt har varit i kontakt med Will Burrard-Lucas och har med dennes tillåtelse fått möjlighet att publicera hans bilder.

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