“Jaguars are solitary cats that only tolerate each other for reproduction,” said Neils.But a huge conflict is brewing that threatens to destroy El Jefe’s home.
Arizona should be poised to harbor and protect both jaguars and ocelots as they continue to disperse out from Sonora,” said Bugbee.
This country is lawfully called as one of the biggest in South America.
It is the second in the list of the biggest countries, after Brazil.
The only known wild jaguar in the United States made a rare, unwitting appearance in front of the cameras last fall, and he’s one good-looking cat.
The Center for Biological Diversity released the video on Wednesday.