Ice Age jaguars

Lucky for us, they were able to adapt & survive to today. Let’s commit to keeping them around until the next Ice Age!!

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Courtesy of the Northern Jaguar Project (www.northernjaguarproject.org)

http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2016/01/27/how-jaguars-survived-the-ice-age/

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5 Responses to “Ice Age jaguars”

  1. Josh Gross | The Jaguar Says:

    This is a good article; I think I’ve read it twice. During the ice age jaguars actually walked all the way from southern Europe to the Americas, showing that this is a species that does not give up easily. Their adaptability and determination will help them adjust to the Anthropocene as well, as long as we lend them a hand.

  2. swjags Says:

    Exactly, Josh! They just need half a chance and they’ll grab it! Viva el tigre!

  3. tolgasadventure Says:

    That was an interesting read! It’s always fascinating to read about natural history how these beautiful animals have adapted to changes to survive.

    • swjags Says:

      So true, Tolgas, and the ability to adapt will no doubt continue to play a huge role in the survival of species as we continue to change our world.

      • tolgasadventure Says:

        Very true! What advice would you give to a aspiring student who wants to pursue a career in wildlife biology? I follow one of your members Imogen on Instagram and I love everything she does and couldn’t think of anything else I’d rather be doing with my life!

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