Another Wild Jaguar In The U.S.?

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This Dec. 1, 2016 video image provided by Fort Huachuca shows a photo of a wild jaguar in southern Arizona. Authorities say a camera belonging to Fort Huachuca Army installation has captured what is likely the second wild jaguar to be spotted in the U.S. in recent years. (Fort Huachuca via AP)

Earlier this year a jaguar was spotted in Arizona’s Santa Rita Mountains — much to the excitement of wildlife conservationists. And on Wednesday, the Arizona Game and Fish Department said there they may have seen another one.

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Vicki Croke (@TheWildLifeWBUR), host of WBUR’s The Wild Life blog, about the discovery.

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