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The Llanos Jaguar

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From Venezuela, unknown area


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These jaguars seem to have very long legs, likely the result of a more cursorial lifestyle in the open savannahs, similar to what is seen with jaguars from the Cerrado, while in the Pantanal they seem lower to the ground.

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Male and female pair from Venezuela
(Mother and young adult son?)


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Mariposa female.

credits: cámara trampa Fundación Panthera.


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Venezuelan male


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Venezuelan couple


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Reposting this nice footage of Faculto as we wait for more pictures from Hato la Aurora to come up this year now that safari season has started:


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Credits toRicardo Ortiz
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This stunning specimen was killed in Apure state, Venezuela. Jaguars in Venezuela are experiencing major hunting pressure, many incidents like this go unreported or no justice is served as a result. These kinds of acts need to be highlited to bring awareness to the situation:


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Hato la Aurora
Massive specimen, easily one of the most impressive I've seen. This picture was shared by a tourist in 2016, I can only imagine all the nice footage that hasn't been released to the public.


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As part of a news segment in one of the largest networks in Colombia Panthera released some nice footage from jaguars at Hato la Aurora. 

The dominant massive male Mapire:


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New male, I'm unable to ID him but he looks amazing, literally lioness-sized and showing that classic Llanos frame with long bodies and limbs, breathtaking cat:


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Regal female


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Faculto
Nice to see him holding strong in the area


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Protecting Colombia's jaguars

Jaguars roam the rainforests of South America silently and well camouflaged. But their habitat is dwindling and ranchers see them as a threat. Yet two brothers are fighting misconceptions and want to project them.





Excellent short documentary of the work at La Aurora, Totin female and her son Cubiro.
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Casanare, unknown area
A beautiful, large specimen, although its sex is not clear


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Jorge Barragán, owner of Hato la Aurora, showing a male captured by camera trap photos in a recent news piece by the AFP. I believe this male might be Cachilapo.


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Full AFP report on the Hato la Aurora, second international report from the past few weeks!





This one looks like Mapire again


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The female is collared, the male on the left powerful and bulky.


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