Huawei with its cloud and intelligence helped a natural reserve in Dzilam de Bravo, Yucatan, southeastern Mexico. The Tech4Nature Mexico Project Nature Conservation Expert Team announced that they have officially established at least five jaguars were identified, including two adult males, an adult female and two cubs.
A total of 119 species were identified by the project, including 88 species of birds, 22 species of mammals, 5 species of reptiles and 4 species of amphibians, of which 34 species were included in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
So far, the project team has collected more than 30,000 photos, 550,000 audio recordings, and numerous wildlife videos.
Juan Castillo said: “This is the place of the jaguar. As a child, I knew that the jaguar was one of us. Sometimes I said things that made people laugh. I said, I want to be a leopard when I die. Jaguar. I hope we can find a way to protect this habitat, otherwise, we will only read about it in the future.”
Sayda Rodriguez Gomez, head of the Yucatan Secretariat for Sustainable Development, said the data collected through the monitoring system could help drive conservation efforts. “Our first finding is that it’s very difficult to convince others to join us in protecting the environment,” she said. “If people don’t know the animals are there, they won’t help us.”