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Kaa Iya National Park, Bolivia


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Samson, San Miguelito, Bol


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Faro Moro, Paraguay


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Zeus, San Miguelito, Bol


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Smiles, San Miguelito, Bol


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Río Pilcomayo National park, Formosa, Argentina
This jaguar was captured in 2018 incidentally by biologists who were tracking birds in the reserve. He's one of the very few jaguars remaining in the Argentine Chaco and one of the only captures of jaguars in Formosa.


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Kaa Iya National Park, Bolivia


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credits: Nick Adventures


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Cainyoto chaco male


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ISIS, THE JAGUAR, AND A NEW MISSION IN EL IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK

Isis is a 10-year-old jaguar born in the Criadouro Científico Onça Pintada in Brazil, who joined the Jaguar Reintroduction Project in Iberá in 2017.

Last Monday, our team took Isis to El Impenetrable National Park, in Chaco, on a mission to help conserve Chacoan jaguars—especially Qaramta, one of the last ones living free in the Argentinian Chaco.

Our team has been monitoring Qaramta since October 2019 with GPS technology. During this one and a half year, Qaramta established in a vast area spanning El Impenetrable National Park and neighboring sectors in the provinces of Chaco and Formosa. Tania is the only confirmed female jaguar in this massive swath of land. Qaramta regularly visited her, and they even bred and produced two beautiful cubs, born inside the Park on January 2021.

The moment the cubs were born, Tania ceased to interact with Qaramta, driving him away to more populated areas for the first time since we monitor this 108-kg male jaguar.

For that reason, the Government of Chaco, the National Parks Administration, and Fundación Rewilding Argentina decided to move Isis to El Impenetrable National Park to allure Qaramta to this secured area. Although we can't be sure, that is likely the reason why Qaramta returned to the safe boundaries of these 128 thousand protected hectares.


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Chaco Jaguar in San Miguelito.

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