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Homeland Security for Jaguars

Homeland Security for Jaguars

WWF November 21, 2018 0

A new era of cross-border cooperation is primed to save Earth’s largest tropical wetland, home to the world’s densest concentration of jaguars. Assuming shared responsibility,  Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay have committed to a far-reaching conservation

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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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Amazing Wildlife Images From a Kenya Photo Safari

Amazing Wildlife Images From a Kenya Photo Safari

Julie Waggoner April 11, 2016 1

Kenya’s Great Migration is one of the most photogenic events on the planet. The migration includes vast herds of wildebeest, zebra and elephants, as well as lions and leopards hunting their prey. Spectacular bird life is

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Ladies in Waiting

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Ladies in Waiting

Kendal Bower February 12, 2016 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose two lounging female jaguars. On a recent trip to the Pantanal, while boating

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Could Grizzly Bears Hold the Secret to a Cure for Human Obesity?

Could Grizzly Bears Hold the Secret to a Cure for Human Obesity?

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 17, 2013 9

When UCLA Medical Center cardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz was asked one day to perform echocardiography on the failing heart of a Los Angeles Zoo emperor tamarin, a small monkey that evolved in the treetops of

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Top Cat of the Rainforest

Top Cat of the Rainforest

Lisa Poppleton July 26, 2012 0

Over the past few weeks, I have blogged about two of the big cats of Asia: the Amur Leopard and the Snow Leopard.   The Western Hemisphere has its share of spotted cats, as well. 

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