Jaguar Redux

Nobody's seen a jaguar in central Mexico since 1900.  Until now. Three photos of an adult male jaguar, taken by a camera trap in the Sierra Nanchititla Natural Reserve, have confirmed the big cat's existence in an area of Mexico where it was presumed extinct.

Go Jaguars!

Photo by Octavio Monroy-Vitchis/SINC, via National Geographic News


From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by Marilyn Terrell.

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