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Jaguar population has declined, says United Nations

International   |   Glibs Quick   |   Mar 07, 2020, 20:13 PM

In the last two decades, the jaguar population has declined by 20-25% due to habitat loss, environmental degradation, poaching & illegal trade. Today there are merely 64,000 specimens left in the wild in 19 countries of the Americas. These nations will prioritize the conservation and connectivity of habitat corridors and achieve concerted action to curb further isolation of the jaguar population.

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