Jaguar Story

Solitary, beautiful and elusive, the Jaguar is the biggest native feline to roam the Americas. Over the past 20 years, though, Jaguars have become even more elusive as their population has dropped by more than half. With fewer than 3,500 left in the wild, they are considered a critically endangered species in many countries, including Mexico, where they have suffered habitat fragmentation, ilegal hunting, loss of prey and con ict with humans, especially ranchers trying to protect their livestock.