Jaguars have returned to the wild of the Iberá wetlands in Argentina’s Corrientes province — for the first time in 70 years. The effort to rewild jaguars in this part of the world is 10 years in the making; a venture shared by Rewilding Argentina and Tompkins Conservation.

Jaguars, a keystone species, are reintroduced to the Iberá wetlands
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