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AZ biologists to track first jaguar radio-collared in U.S. (access required)

An Arizona jaguar newly outfitted with a tracking collar has become an international celebrity. Journalists from Europe and Japan want to see the wild, 118-pound cat. Next, tourists will probably ask about jaguar treks through the state's rugged backcountry. But the Arizona Game and Fish Department has no plans to provide jaguar eco-tours any time ...

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