Jaguar recorded for the first time in 100 years in central Mexico

Feb 11, 2009

Due to habitat loss and hunting, there have been no records of jaguars in central Mexico since the beginning if the 20th century. However, recently, researchers from Mexico and Spain obtained…

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Wild jaguar euthanized in Arizona, USA

Mar 02, 2009

On the 2nd of March a wild jaguar was euthanized after being captured, released and recaptured by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. As related, the roughly about 16-year-old male…

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Jaguar Conservation Fund supports INPA in studying jaguars in the Amazon rainforest, Brazil

Mar 23, 2009

In the Brazilian Amazon forest, the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisa na Amazônia (National Institute for Research in the Amazon – INPA), in collaboration with researchers from Spain and Mexico,…

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