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Conservationists call for expanding jaguar habitat in Arizona, New Mexico
A conservation organization wants millions of additional acres to be set aside for the population of endangered jaguars.
Earlier this year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service released a proposed critical habitat area for jaguars, which have been designated as an endangered species since 1997.
Now, the Center for Biological Diversity has asked the government to expand the roughly 800,000 acres of land proposed into the millions. It would include the Mogollon Rim in
“Jaguars have lived in the
Robinson says the expansion would also be a boon to the small and increasingly isolated jaguar population in northern