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Argentina | Two jaguar cubs born in Iberá NP are park's first in 7 decades

A captive-born jaguar released into Argentina's Iberá National Park last year has given birth to two cubs – the first to be born wild in the protected wetland in 70 years, the Rewilding Argentina conservation body said Thursday.

A hidden camera confirmed keepers' suspicions of the happy event, showing the mother jaguar caring for her offspring, said Magali Longo, coordinator of the foundation's Jaguar Reintroduction Centre (CRY).

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