Jaguar mexico

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Acerca de México - Olimpiada Ibero-Americana de Biología - Mexico 2014

Es una de las zonas núcleo de la reserva de biosfera de las Yungas, junto al parque nacional Baritú, la reserva nacional El nogalar de Los Toldos, el parque provincial Laguna Pintascayo y el parque provincial Potrero de Yala.

Jaguar negro en México

Black Jaguar, Mexico

El Jefe El Jefe, the only known jaguar in the United States, has been in southern Arizona for at least three years. The male jaguar dispersed from the nearest jaguar breeding population in Mexico's Sonora state and has made his territory near Tucson. He's the first known jaguar in the country since 2009 … The story of jaguars in Arizona is one of bloodshed, bad feeling and debate over the best way to conserve these big cats.

Arizona's Only Jaguar Prowls a Difficult, But Hopeful, Path

El Jefe El Jefe, the only known jaguar in the United States, has been in southern Arizona for at least three years. The male jaguar dispersed from the nearest jaguar breeding population in Mexico's Sonora state and has made his territory near Tucson. He's the first known jaguar in the country since 2009 … The story of jaguars in Arizona is one of bloodshed, bad feeling and debate over the best way to conserve these big cats.

Jaguar in action Credit: Chris Brunskill  Jaguars once roamed as far north as the southern United States. Occasionally, one still wanders that far northward. Most recently, a male named El Jefe was spotted in southern Arizona. The northernmost population robust enough to breed, though, is in Sonora, Mexico.

In Photos: A Jaguar Takes Down a Caiman in Brazil

Jaguar in action Credit: Chris Brunskill Jaguars once roamed as far north as the southern United States. Occasionally, one still wanders that far northward. Most recently, a male named El Jefe was spotted in southern Arizona. The northernmost population robust enough to breed, though, is in Sonora, Mexico.

Sleepy cat © Steve Winter, Panthera A resting jaguar in the Brazilian Pantanal. There is currently one known jaguar in the United States, a male known as "El Jefe." Arizona is in the northern reaches of jaguar range; the next northernmost breeding population is in Mexico's Sonora state. According to Howard Quigley of the big cat conservation group Panthera, the two greatest threats facing jaguars throughout their range are habitat loss and retaliatory killings for the loss of livestock.

Photos: Elusive Jaguars Take Center Stage

Sleepy cat © Steve Winter, Panthera A resting jaguar in the Brazilian Pantanal. There is currently one known jaguar in the United States, a male known as "El Jefe." Arizona is in the northern reaches of jaguar range; the next northernmost breeding population is in Mexico's Sonora state. According to Howard Quigley of the big cat conservation group Panthera, the two greatest threats facing jaguars throughout their range are habitat loss and retaliatory killings for the loss of livestock.

Jaguar Corridor Initiative - PANTHERA Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative aims to link core jaguar populations within the human landscape from northern Argentina to Mexico, preserving their genetic integrity so that jaguars can live in the wild forever. Overall program info: http://www.panthera.org/sites/default/files/Panthera_TheJaguarCorridorInitiative_FINAL.pdf

Jaguar Corridor Initiative - PANTHERA Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative aims to link core jaguar populations within the human landscape from northern Argentina to Mexico, preserving their genetic integrity so that jaguars can live in the wild forever. Overall program info: http://www.panthera.org/sites/default/files/Panthera_TheJaguarCorridorInitiative_FINAL.pdf

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