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Jaguars of Northern South America

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( This post was last modified: 05-04-2021, 08:02 AM by Balam )

Maracaibo Lake, Venezuela

Totubi is a female tracked by Proyecto Sebraba, she highlights the importance of increasing the protection of this vulnerable jaguar population as the lack of proper corridors has made these jaguars susceptible to inbreeding which has reduced their genetic fortitude leading to things like infertility. Totubi was seen mating with multiple males and was thought to be infertile until late 2020 when she was finally seen with a cub.

Mating with Akaritde large male:


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Mating with Atya, they were mating in 2013 and in that same year it believed that he was poached by a nearby ranch


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Mating with Kiutu


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After trying for a while she was finally seen with a cub, the footage says 2013 but the news of the cub was shared in 2020 so the date may be off here:


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By Proyecto Sebraba
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