Are Jaguars Endangered?





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Why is the jaguar endangered?

The jaguar is endangered because it is hunted for its fur, and farmers kill the jaguar because it killed their cattle. Jaguars are reputed to be so destructive of cattle and horses that the larger Mexican ranches retain a ‘tiger hunter’ to kill them or at least drive them away.

Are Jaguars endangered 2018?

The jaguar is listed as “Near Threatened” on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species, though its status is in review and may be elevated to “Vulnerable” in the next year. Jaguars have been eradicated from 40% of their historic range.

Where are jaguars endangered?

Endangered Species in the European Deciduous Forest

Though the jaguar is formally considered Near Threatened by the IUCN, rather than Endangered, and have been classified as such since 2002, jaguar conservation efforts are still critical today because threats to the species persist.

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