In Search of the Jaguar

Nature's Third Largest Cat
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Nature's third largest catafter the tiger and the lionthe jaguar can survive in a variety of terrain ranging from swamplands to drought-stricken country. But for all its survival tools, it's no match for man. Today, the species stands at a crossroads, its habitat under siege, its long-term survival in doubt.

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Photograph copyright Timothy G. Laman
 
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