The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Did You Know That There Are Only About 600 Black Jaguars Left in the World? Take a Look at this One Found Swimming in the Amazon River in Brazil The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Did You Know That There Are Only About 600 Black Jaguars Left in the World? Take a Look at this One Found Swimming in the Amazon River in Brazil

Friday, March 20, 2015

Did You Know That There Are Only About 600 Black Jaguars Left in the World? Take a Look at this One Found Swimming in the Amazon River in Brazil


Juruena National Park, Brazil, -The President of the World Wildlife Fund and his boat crew captured footage of a rare black jaguar taking a swim in the Amazon River in Brazil.

Carter Roberts, President and Chief Executive of the WWF, said he and his team were out on the Amazon River in Brazil's Juruena National Park in late January when they spotted the "huge male jaguar" swimming near their boat.

Roberts said the sighting serves as "evidence of the importance of this intact region and how interconnected it is."

The WWF estimates there are only about 600 black jaguars left in the world.

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