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Argentina | First jaguar births in over a century celebrated at Iberá NP

The fate of Argentina’s dwindling jaguar population could rest on a pair of week-old cubs.


On Wednesday, two jaguars were born in northeastern Argentina’s Iberá National Park, one of the largest freshwater wetland systems in the Americas. The cubs are currently unnamed and unsexed, but researchers are excited about what kind of conservation implications these births have for the near-threatened species.


https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/06/jaguar-reintroduction-argentina-animals/

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