Tuesday 9 January 2018

ARTICLE: Panama's Jaguars In Danger, Humans Major Cause Of Death, Says Study

Panthera onca at the Toronto Zoo.jpgA study revealed residents near national parks in Panama, Central America, were causing problems to the jaguar population there. With the residents living near two major national parks in Panama supporting road building in the parks and developmental activities, the population of the big cat continues to deteriorate.

Though these parks are taking huge efforts to conserve the population of the majestic feline, which is the largest big cat in the Americas, their numbers continue to decline.


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