The first location I set the camera was overlooking a patch of forest Steve had baited with fruits. This location proved to be very fruitful!
I recorded over 100 videos of 3 different pacas, including a juvenile, as well as black rat, large-headed rice rat and a third so far unidentified rodent species plus unidentified fruit bats and even an owl swooping down on the rodents.
The second location that I chose to place the camera was overlooking a tree that was being used by a female puma as a scent marking tree. Unfortunately she appears to have left the area currently and is probably completing a routine check up on her terrorist that can be up to 1000 km2. Talking the guides, Steve and officials in the state park it appears pumas are well distributed in the area, but are at a low density so their home ranges are likely to be large as there is less competition.
However since the departure of the female, several species of smaller carnivore have decided to use the tree to scent mark as well. Each species appears to smell the others and still wants to leave their mark.
I have captured 2 different ocelots (you can see from the thickness of tail and markings), tayra, crab-eating fox and south american coati all using the tree. (Below is a Tayra)