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No fence for wildlife

The tapir (Tapirus terrestris, anta) is our biggest native mammal. It's related to the horses, both being odd-toed animals (Ungulates). They are browsers and freely roam around big distances ...
Fazenda Barranco Alto is a cattle station and therefore has fences throuout the country-side. Sometimes people ask us if these fences wouldn't disturb natural distribution patterns of wild animals and here is an answer in photographs:

No, our fences just keep back horses and cows. And that's only because they are selected for respecting fences. Because if they wanted, our Indian cows (Bos indicus, Nelore) could easily jump over ...
So if a tapir just walks through the fence, imagine anteaters, peccaries, deers, pumas and all the rest !