• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Argentina | Mother jaguar & 2 cubs released into Iberá NP, making 6 in all this year

A female jaguar and her two cubs were released in the Iberá National Park in the northeastern province of Corrientes this week, in the culmination a conservation programme run by the Rewilding Argentina NGO.

The protected area spans almost 200,000 hectares of wetland and mountains with a variety of fauna and attracted around 45,000 tourists a year before the pandemic. A total of six jaguars have now been released into the Iberá National Park this year, after having been absent from the territory for 70 years.

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