Jaguars return to Argentina wetlands in rewilding project

The jaguar, the largest predator in South America, has returned to the Iberá wetlands in Argentina for the first time in 70 years through a rewilding project. Adult jaguar Mariua, who was rescued as an orphan cub in Brazil, and her two captive-born cubs were released into Gran Iberá Park in January by local wildlife organisation Rewilding Argentina, who manage the wetlands. They are the … Continue reading Jaguars return to Argentina wetlands in rewilding project

Can Jaguars’ Unique Biology Help It Survive On Our Over-Populated Planet? — Longreads

By avoiding confrontations with humans, and using water and edge-lands, jaguars might be ideally suited to surviving the modern world. via Can the Jaguars’ Unique Biology Help It Survive On Our Over-Populated Planet? — Longreads Continue reading Can Jaguars’ Unique Biology Help It Survive On Our Over-Populated Planet? — Longreads