Chimpu, an inquisitive but adorable baby monkey, lived with his family and friends in the dense jungles outside the city. His best friends were Jumbo, a big, fat elephant and Pinky, a thoughtful woodpecker. They would often play in the evenings when Pinky and Jumbo would come home from their day’s task of searching for … Continue reading Chimpu’s Tales
A screenshot of El Jefe from the Center for Biological Diversity and Project CATalyst’s new video.
This is one of the most exciting stories I have yet shared on this blog. El Jefe, the jaguar who resides in Arizona, has been videotaped. And now the Center for Biological Diversity has shared the video on Facebook!
This video is the product of years of hard work by the Center for Biological Diversity and Conservation CATalyst. They have just released it today, and they chose a perfect time to do so.
Even though El Jefe lives in federally designated critical habitat for his species, a Canadian company wants to develop a massive copper mine in his home. According to this press release from the Center for Biological Diversity, this mine would be a major roadblock for jaguar recovery in the United States.
I have been unable to locate…
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