Argentine jaguar cubs born to rare wild-captive parents

With wild jaguars largely wiped out in the area around the Impenetrable national park, the successful mating is a glimmer of light as conservationists try to re-grow population numbers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Argentina an unusual love story has had a happy ending after two rare jaguar cubs were born to a wild jaguar father and a mother who has lived all her life in captivity.

The northern province of Chaco and conservation group Rewilding Argentina said on Wednesday, February 10th, that the cubs were born to Tania and Qaramta, whose name means ‘The One Who Cannot Be Destroyed’ in the regional Qom language.

With wild jaguars largely wiped out in the area around the Impenetrable national park, the successful mating is a glimmer of light as conservationists . . .

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