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The World Land Trust (WLT), an organization that works to save the rainforests and other wildlife habitats, teamed up with the Reserva Ecológica de Guapiaçu (REGUA), an organization that protects one of the last stands of tropical rainforest in Brazil, to place the cameras in the reserve. [They] show the beauties that depend on the forest to survive," said Luciano Breves, a web multimedia officer at World Land Trust who set up the cameras.
"And it might touch people's hearts, making them aware of the importance of preservation." The World Land Trust currently has three cameras in operation.