The Trilha Animal app is a new tool developed in partnership with INPA and SIDIA that allows visitors of Bosque da Ciência to see animals that are usually hidden in the forest and to obtain information about them. Bosque da Ciência is an area of approximately 13 hectares located in Manaus, which aims to preserve the existing biodiversity in the area and promote the development of INPA's scientific diffusion and environmental education program. The app uses Augmented Reality technology to visualize animals that are not easily seen by the public, such as the agouti and the sloth. Visitors will also have access to different information about the animals, but the data will only be unlocked for those going to the locations of each animal.<br/><br/>Most of the animals in Bosque da Ciência roam freely, and the area is open to the general public and schools in the region. Only three species are in captivity: the alligator and the giant otter, because they are dangerous, and the manatee, which stays in a tank because it needs water to survive. With the Trilha Animal app, visitors will have yet another incentive to walk through Bosque and effectively discover the entire place. The app also brings Bosque da Ciência's map with information about all locations and services inside.<br/><br/>Overall, the Trilha Animal app is a great tool for visitors of Bosque da Ciência to learn more about the animals in the area. The app not only allows visitors to see animals that are usually hidden in the forest but also provides information about them. With the use of Augmented Reality technology, visitors can easily visualize animals that are not easily seen by the public. The app also brings Bosque da Ciência's map with information about all locations and services inside, making it easier for visitors to navigate the area.