Donations What is the Colombian Tapir Conservation Initiative? Learn more... The Conservation of Tapirs of Colombia (CTC)
is an effort led by foundations, researchers,
state entities and local communities that have
united to work for a common goal: to conserve the three
species of tapirs that inhabit Colombia, in addition to conserving
and restoring their natural habitats.

Distribution of tapirs in Colombia

WHERE DID THE LAST GIANTS OF COLOMBIA LIVE?

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National directory of tapir researchers in Colombia

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BIBLIOGRAPHIC MATERIAL OF AMAZON TAPIR

BIBLIOGRAPHIC MATERIAL OF TAPIR MOUNTAIN

BIBLIOGRAPHIC MATERIAL OF TAPIR FROM PACIFIC

BIBLIOGRAPHIC MATERIAL OF TAPIR COLOMBIAN

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OUR ALLIES

The Colombian Tapir Conservation Initiative (CTC) is the product of the articulation and union of efforts of multiple stakeholders whose objective is the conservation of the three species of tapirs in the country. The CTC is supported by the IUCN Tapir SCC Specialist Group and ProCAT Colombia, with the support of the Tropical Ungulate Conservation Center, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC), Fundación Orinoquia Biodiversa, The Nature Conservancy, the National University of Colombia, the University of Minnesota and the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute.

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