Researchers at the Mamirauá Institute captured two jaguars that will be included in the monitoring and study initiative of felines in the Amazon. The surprise, however, was to see a baby jaguar.
Research of Mamirauá Institute shows that these animals are able to live in the flooded forests during the months of full water in the Amazon.
Most jaguars in rescue center of IBAMA in Manaus are victims of deforestation and hunters.
Project found that the jaguar population in three Peruvian conservation areas could number as high as 6,000 animals.