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Throughout his career, Mr. Gambarini published in major Brazilian and international magazines, producing covers and articles, in addition to innumerous scientific publications and work in conservation of endangered species and protected areas. He is a permanent National Geographic photographer since its launch in Brazil and was responsible for its first material production in Brazilian soil in 2000. Working as the author of texts and photographs or in partnership with leading journalists today, he dedicates himself to matters related to the environment, conservation and culture, both within and outside of Brazil.

National Geographic - Animals and Caves

Terra da Gente - Prehistoric Discovery

Terra da Gente - Maned Wolf

Terra da Gente - Sylvan Heights Bird Park

Terra da Gente - Brazilian Merganser

Terra da Gente - Community-based Tourism

Terra da Gente - Temples of Angkor Wat

Terra da Gente - Marcgrave's Capuchin

National Geographic - Jaguars and Men

Terra da Gente - Low Impact Forestry

National Geographic - Unknown Amazon

National Geographic - Marcgrave's Capuchin

Horizonte Geografico - Secrets of Serra do Pardo

Terra da Gente Magazine - Brazilian Merganser

National Geographic - Researchers of the Jaguar