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WWF 29 Nov 18
Enjoy this lovely short video in celebration of the first ever International ! This cat is the largest and most iconic feline in the Americas. Protecting this species can help achieve a sustainable future for our planet
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UN Development 29 Nov 18
Today is the world's 1st international . Nature needs keystone species like this for balance. But this big cat is disappearing due to deforestation, poaching & human activites. & partners are using tech to conserve its ecosystems:
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UN Development 28 Nov 18
The jaguar is the 3rd largest feline in the world. Found only in Americas, its presence heralds a healthy ecosystem for wildlife & people alike. & partners are deploying tech & innovation to conserve this keystone species:
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Defenders of Wildlife 29 Nov 18
Today is the first International ! Jaguar poaching & trafficking are by no means news, but a recent rise in illegal trafficking is putting jaguars at even more risk & a will block range expansion to the US:
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Center for Bio Div 29 Nov 18
A new study finds that the big cats and other endangered animals do best in places where there’s no phone coverage.
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CITES 29 Nov 18
It's the first Int'l today! Between 1960s & 1970s, were heavily hunted & as many as 18,000 were killed every year to feed the trade in their skins. Since 1975 this trade was halted thanks to & the population began to stabilize
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Earth Alliance 29 Nov 18
In an unprecedented global commitment to saving , leading intl conservation organizations and 14 jaguar range states have joined together to launch the Jaguar 2030 Conservation Roadmap for the Americas
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UN Development 28 Nov 18
It's . DYK that 90% of jaguars live in the Amazon rainforest? But this big cat is under threat from habitat loss, poachers, conflicts with farmers, & human activities:
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PNUD LAC 29 Nov 18
Today is 🐆 Half of the original range of species has been lost, but see how Latin America has come together in an unprecedented global commitment to save its biggest feline w/ 📷
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Mongabay 29 Nov 18
It's global , catch up on all of Mongabay's recent coverage of these magnificent animals here:
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PNUD LAC 29 Nov 18
It´s 🐆 For thousands of years indigenous peoples in the Americas have admired the jaguar as a sacred symbol of power. Today it´s an endangered species, but Latin America came together to save its biggest feline. Check it out
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WCS 29 Nov 18
Conserving jaguars leads to protections for species across their range, diversifies economic opportunities for local communities, and contributes to global climate change mitigation and adaptation.
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UN Development 30 Nov 18
The Roadmap aims to secure 30 priority jaguar conservation landscapes by the year 2030 to save the jaguar, the biggest wild cat in the Americas:
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Brazil Gov News 27 Dec 18
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The mapping system helps promote conservation efforts to ensure the survival of the jaguar and to enhance its role at the top of the food chain. Ensuring the health of the jaguars means also taking care of the entire ecosystem that feeds them.
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PantheraCats 29 Nov 18
International is drawing to a close, but if you're itching for more info on jaguars, head on over to 's list of ten amazing jaguar facts: !
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Maya The Jaguar 29 Nov 18
It’s the 1st This initiative was launched primarily by & working hard to save my species. I’m proud to be an ambassador for my wild cousins. 📸
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Global Environment Facility (GEF) 29 Nov 18
Just like with many other endangered big cats, jaguar population is declining due to illegal poaching, conflict with humans and loss of habitat. On read how are changing the story:
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PantheraCats 29 Nov 18
Jaguars have a relatively short tail compared to other big cats, about half of the total head-body length. From the tips of their tails to their keen eyes, we’re dedicated to protecting jaguars of all shapes and sizes across their range. See:
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Paso Pacifico 29 Nov 18
We love jaguars! In 2010, our camera trap recorded this video—the first proof in decades of jaguars in western Nicaragua. We will continue protecting its habitat there. Thank you to for supporting our current camera trap programs!
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UN Biodiversity 29 Nov 18
FLASHBACK⏪The ambitious 𝐑𝐨𝐚𝐝𝐦𝐚𝐩𝟐𝟎𝟑𝟎 for Jaguar Conservation in the Americas was presented at the , uniting stakeholders in an unprecedented effort to protect this species from poaching & habitat loss.
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