A Safe Place for Jaguars

The Center for Biological Diversity is recommending that about 83,000 square miles (214,969 sq km) in Arizona and New Mexico be set aside as a “critical habitat” for jaguars, a designation which would prohibit any federal-level permits for altering the landscape in a way that would prove inhospitable for the big cats. But, unfortunately, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has postponed a decision about the habitat for a year. Read more here: http://www.ouramazingplanet.com/new-us-protected-area-for-jaguars-delayed-0711/.

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