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New article in press about giant anteater reintroduction
Friday 18 September 2015

We’ve just released a new Article In Press! The paper “Reintroducción del hormiguero gigante (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) en la Reserva Natural Iberá (Argentina): ¿misión cumplida?” (Giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) reintroduction into Iberá Nature Reserve (Argentina): mission accomplished?), by Ignacio Jiménez-Pérez, is available on the Edentata website. Enjoy!

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The deadline for submitting manuscripts to Edentata is approaching!
Saturday 25 July 2015

The deadline for submitting manuscripts to Edentata, the newsletter of the IUCN/SSC Anteater, Sloth and Armadillo Specialist Group, is approaching!
Please send your articles, short communications and field notes no later than August 31 to edentata@xenarthrans.org. Please make sure you follow the instructions to authors that are available at Edentata’s website to avoid any delays in the review process.
We are looking forward to receiving your submissions!

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New article in press
Friday 24 July 2015

We’ve just uploaded another article in press to Edentata’s website: “Etograma para tres especies de armadillos (Dasypus sabanicola, D. novemcinctus y Cabassous unicinctus) mantenidas en condiciones controladas en Villavicencio, Colombia” (Ethogram for three armadillo species (Dasypus sabanicola, D. novemcinctus and Cabassous unicinctus) kept in a controlled environment in Villavicencio, Colombia) is authored by Alexandra Cortés Duarte, Mariella ...

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Manual on the rehabilitation of the anteaters of Colombia now available in our Manuals section!
Thursday 23 July 2015

All four anteater species can be found in Colombia: the giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla), the northern tamandua (Tamandua mexicana), the southern tamandua (Tamandua tetradactyla), and the silky anteater (Cyclopes didactylus). The “Manual on the rehabilitation of anteaters of Colombia" (Manual de Rehabilitación de Hormigueros de Colombia) is designed to guide professionals who every day are faced with the challenges of maintaining and rehabilitating anteat...

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Article in Press about giant armadillo offspring, including observations on parental and offspring behavior
Tuesday 14 July 2015

We’ve released a new Article In Press entitled “Primeros registros de crías de ocarro (Priodontes maximus Kerr, 1792) en Colombia” (First records of giant armadillo (Priodontes maximus Kerr, 1792) offspring in Colombia), by Carlos Aya-Cuero, Mariella Superina and Abelardo Rodríguez-Bolaños. You’ll find this Short Communication on the Edentata website. We hope you’ll like this interesting article!

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Article in Press about the behavior of Euphractus sexcinctus
Thursday 02 July 2015

We’ve just uploaded the first Article in Press of our next edition to the Edentata website! The field note “An observation of chasing behavior in the yellow armadillo (Euphractus sexcinctus) at Maciço do Urucum, Corumbá, MS, Brazil” is a contribution by Grasiela Porfirio and colleagues. Enjoy!

We've updated our website!
Tuesday 16 June 2015

Dear friends, colleagues and Xenarthra fans,
We are happy to inform you that we have updated our website. Among others, we reorganized the section about our Newsletter Edentata, which now allows you to have direct access to individual articles. Edentata is now available at the following URL: http://www.xenarthrans.org/newsletter.
We also included a search option and updated a couple of texts. We hope you'll enjoy these new features!
May we take the opportunity to remind you tha...

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Manual on the maintenance and rehabilitation of armadillos (in Spanish)
Friday 12 June 2015

The handling, transport and rehabilitation of armadillos is not an easy task. This manual on the maintenance and rehabilitation of armadillos seeks to explain how to transport, evaluate, treat, keep and, if possible, release these wonderful animals into the ecosystems they naturally inhabit. This initiative is part of the armadillo conservation program in the Llanos of Colombia, which is a joint effort of Cormacarena, Corporinoquia, ODL, Bioparque Los Ocarros, Corpometa and F...

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