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Right now, illegal logging in the Amazon is destroying jaguar habitat at a rapid rate. The species could be listed as endangered soon if nothing changes.  PLEASE BE THEIR VOICE! https://secure3.convio.net/gpeace/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=1617

Right now, illegal logging in the Amazon is destroying jaguar habitat at a rapid rate. The species could be listed as endangered soon if nothing changes. PLEASE BE THEIR VOICE! https://secure3.convio.net/gpeace/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=1617

Those eyes  beautiful black panther. Fun fact: Black panthers can adapt to any climatic condition and survive both cold and warm environment. This is the reason why they have been able to survive even after the endangerment of their habitats by rapid deforestation and extreme hunting.

Those eyes beautiful black panther. Fun fact: Black panthers can adapt to any climatic condition and survive both cold and warm environment. This is the reason why they have been able to survive even after the endangerment of their habitats by rapid deforestation and extreme hunting.

With one solitary jaguar back in the U.S., plenty of available jaguar habitat, and plans in the works to move jaguar conservation forward, could we soon see a real return of this long-absent native species?

With one solitary jaguar back in the U.S., plenty of available jaguar habitat, and plans in the works to move jaguar conservation forward, could we soon see a real return of this long-absent native species?

Hedonistic activities aside, scientists have begun using the technology for research.  A team of researchers from Queensland University of Technology and non-profit Lupunaluz Foundation hope to help save threatened jaguars in Peru.  A loss of habitat is causing the jaguar population to diminish, and the researchers want to find the and conserve the best jaguar habitat.  The team of self-described rookie researchers heade    Researchers ventured into the Amazon jungle to map out jaguar…

Virtual reality may help save jaguar population

Hedonistic activities aside, scientists have begun using the technology for research. A team of researchers from Queensland University of Technology and non-profit Lupunaluz Foundation hope to help save threatened jaguars in Peru. A loss of habitat is causing the jaguar population to diminish, and the researchers want to find the and conserve the best jaguar habitat. The team of self-described rookie researchers heade Researchers ventured into the Amazon jungle to map out jaguar…

Tigers love water and are excellent swimmers. Create a free account today to learn more in our topic on Panthers, Jaguars and Tigers. | Kids Discover

Tigers love water and are excellent swimmers. Create a free account today to learn more in our topic on Panthers, Jaguars and Tigers. | Kids Discover

Jaguars:  This month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service protected nearly 1,200 square miles in New Mexico and Arizona as critical habitat for #jaguars!

Finally Some Hope for America's Rare Jaguars

Jaguars: This month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service protected nearly 1,200 square miles in New Mexico and Arizona as critical habitat for #jaguars!

Virtual Reality may help save jaguar population |Hedonistic activities aside, scientists have begun using the technology for research.  A team of researchers from Queensland University of Technology and non-profit Lupunaluz Foundation hope to help save threatened jaguars in Peru.  A loss of habitat is causing the jaguar population to diminish, and the researchers want to find the and conserve the best jaguar habitat.  The team of self-described rookie researchers headed into the Peru…

Virtual Reality may help save jaguar population |Hedonistic activities aside, scientists have begun using the technology for research. A team of researchers from Queensland University of Technology and non-profit Lupunaluz Foundation hope to help save threatened jaguars in Peru. A loss of habitat is causing the jaguar population to diminish, and the researchers want to find the and conserve the best jaguar habitat. The team of self-described rookie researchers headed into the Peru…

The jaguar is a genuine big cat, because it growls and because it is big. Globally, it is third in size after the lion and tiger, but has the strongest bite of any cat. It employs its powerful jaws to crush the skulls of capybara, caiman and cows. This last detail is one of the reasons Pantanal farmers kill jaguars. Habitat loss, fires and some hunting are other issues, but Paul Donahue, a researcher who was staying with us gave us a half-hour, fact-packed lecture that suggested that the…

In Brazil, tracking the Big Five: jaguar

The jaguar is a genuine big cat, because it growls and because it is big. Globally, it is third in size after the lion and tiger, but has the strongest bite of any cat. It employs its powerful jaws to crush the skulls of capybara, caiman and cows. This last detail is one of the reasons Pantanal farmers kill jaguars. Habitat loss, fires and some hunting are other issues, but Paul Donahue, a researcher who was staying with us gave us a half-hour, fact-packed lecture that suggested that the…

[EndLiss scans - Wildlife Art] Guy Coheleach - Eye to Eye (Jaguar)

[EndLiss scans - Wildlife Art] Guy Coheleach - Eye to Eye (Jaguar)

Help Send Scientists to Study and Protect the Sierra el Tigre Read more at http://greatergood.com/?utm_source=CTGtabs&utm_medium=TabLink&utm_campaign=TabBar#bDjPmacjtzhlIka7.99

Help Send Scientists to Study and Protect the Sierra el Tigre Read more at http://greatergood.com/?utm_source=CTGtabs&utm_medium=TabLink&utm_campaign=TabBar#bDjPmacjtzhlIka7.99

El Jefe — America’s Lone Jaguar — is in Jeopardy (Again!) -   HELP SAVE EL JEFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT IS HIS WORLD TOO!!!!!!!!  DEMAND the U.S. Forest Service STOP putting El Jefe and his home in jeopardy!  What’s more important: shipping copper to China (with the environmental decimation left behind) or protecting El Jefe,  other wildlife, and the environment? Please Sign & Share Widely In PROTEST! Thank you!

El Jefe — America’s Lone Jaguar — is in Jeopardy (Again!) - HELP SAVE EL JEFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT IS HIS WORLD TOO!!!!!!!! DEMAND the U.S. Forest Service STOP putting El Jefe and his home in jeopardy! What’s more important: shipping copper to China (with the environmental decimation left behind) or protecting El Jefe, other wildlife, and the environment? Please Sign & Share Widely In PROTEST! Thank you!

Map of jaguar habitat in Arizona and New Mexico along the US Mexico border wall

The ecological disaster that is Trump’s border wall: a visual guide

Map of jaguar habitat in Arizona and New Mexico along the US Mexico border wall

GreaterGood - Your free click helps pay for the camera traps (cameras equipped w/ remote sensors), to safely collect data to set priorities for conservation projects and make positive changes happen on the ground for the jaguar habitat on the Sky Islands. Read more at http://greatergood.com/thanks/#edsgAIPIhyHzHpDg.99

GreaterGood - Your free click helps pay for the camera traps (cameras equipped w/ remote sensors), to safely collect data to set priorities for conservation projects and make positive changes happen on the ground for the jaguar habitat on the Sky Islands. Read more at http://greatergood.com/thanks/#edsgAIPIhyHzHpDg.99

US Forest Service - Protect Arizona Jaguar Habitat from Canadian Mining Interests

US Forest Service - Protect Arizona Jaguar Habitat from Canadian Mining Interests