Tapirs inhabit jungle and forest regions of South America, Central America, and Southeast Asia. The four species of tapirs are the Brazilian tapir, the Malayan tapir, Baird's tapir and the mountain tapir. All four are classified as endangered or vulnerable. (wiki)
The connection belongs to Ecology connections.
- Atlantic Forest South-East: Brazilian tapir
- Canaima National Park: Brazilian tapir
- Central Amazon Conservation Complex: Brazilian tapir
- Central Suriname Nature Reserve: Brazilian tapir
- Cerrado Protected Areas: Brazilian tapir
- Darien National Park: Baird's tapir
- Discovery Coast: Brazilian tapir
- Guanacaste: Baird's tapir
- Iguacu: Brazilian tapir
- Iguazu National Park: Brazilian tapir
- Los Katios National Park: Baird's tapir
- Manu National Park: Brazilian tapir
- Pantanal: Brazilian tapir
- Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve: Baird's tapir
- Sangay National Park: Mountain tapir
- Sian Ka'an: Baird's tapir
- Talamanca Range-La Amistad Reserves: Baird's tapir
- Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng: Malayan tapir
- Tikal National Park: Baird's tapir
- Tropical Rainforest Sumatra: Malayan tapir
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Tapirs?
A connection should:
- Not be "self evident"
- Link at least 3 different sites
- Not duplicate or merely subdivide the "Category" assignment already identified on this site.
- Add some knowledge or insight (whether significant or trivial!) about WHS for the users of this site
- Be explained, with reference to a source