Jaguars pose a threat to ranchers in Southern Arizona
By Matt Loper
Although it is rare to see a Jaguar in the wild in Arizona, the Arizona Department of Fish and Wildlife is now working to create a habitat to protect them. Cronkite News reporter Matt Loper looks into why some ranchers are concerned about the impact the habitat might have on their land use.
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