Jaguars: a symbol of Costa Rica
Jaguars represent an important part of Latin America’s indigenous heritage. For its strength, grace and mysterious aura, it is a fascinating creature that lives in the Costa Rican forests.
But not everyone knows about the dangers these wildcats face. Jaguars keep bumping into human obstacles, which stop them from their natural path and lead to several dead jaguars every year.
Read about this problem and approaches to solve it:
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