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Promising Rise in Jaguar Numbers in Argentina

Promising Rise in Jaguar Numbers in Argentina

WWF August 16, 2017 2

The Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina (FVSA), the country representative of WWF in Argentina, recently celebrated the increase of the jaguar population in Misiones, a province located in the northeastern corner of Argentina. New figures

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Be a Wildlife Naturalist During August’s Solar Eclipse

Be a Wildlife Naturalist During August’s Solar Eclipse

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 8, 2017 1

On Monday, August 21, 2017—for the first time in nearly a century—a total solar eclipse will cross the United States from coast to coast. A solar eclipse happens when a new moon moves between

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10 Interesting Facts About Guanacos

10 Interesting Facts About Guanacos

Elissa Poma March 15, 2017 0

“Haven’t I seen you someplace before?” Surely it’s a question the guanaco would get frequently if guanacos were the question-receiving type. Native to mountainous regions of South America, the guanaco is an animal that

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Patagonia: Images That Inspire

Patagonia: Images That Inspire

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl August 29, 2016 0

The Andes mountains of southern Chile and Argentina have some of the most iconic and sweeping scenery in the world, so it’s no wonder that the natural wonders of Patagonia have seduced photographers for

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Encounters with the Wild Patagonian Puma

Encounters with the Wild Patagonian Puma

Kendal Bower April 18, 2016 0

It was our first evening at EcoCamp Patagonia when we saw it—our first puma. Relaxing on a cool evening, a female puma lay at the bottom of a large hill directly below camp. She didn’t

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Six Interesting Facts about Patagonia

Six Interesting Facts about Patagonia

WWF October 7, 2015 0

In the southernmost part of South America, Patagonia occupies 260,000 square miles spanning Argentina and Chile. The region is known for dramatic mountain peaks, an abundance of glaciers and an array of unique wildlife. 6. The

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