In Search of the Jaguar

Nature's Third Largest Cat
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Jaguars are currently found in Mexico, Central America, and northern and central portions of South America. Historically, their range extended from the southwestern United States all the way to southern Argentina. Scientists like wildlife biologist and conservationist Dr. Alan Rabinowitz are working to protect jaguars throughout their range by working with local governments to create a "jaguar corridor" of public and private protected lands.

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