Authorities of the National System of Conservation Areas and agents of the Judicial Investigation Organization (OIJ) continue with the investigations of the operating band of jaguar hunting in areas near the National Park Tapantí in Cartago.
Now, the Panther Foundation will put two cameras in to identify a group of hunters, which could presumably consist of at least 20 people.
According to the administrator of the National Park Tapantí, Leonel Delgado, says he is sure that hunters seek other animals also not just only the jaguar.
He also assured that the cameras will be discarded once the operation is complete in nearby Tapantí.
One of the concerns of the regional branch of the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications is that this band hunt species that are endangered.