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Arizona schoolchildren who named the country's only known jaguar "El Jefe," or "The Boss," can now view a video showing him roaming the domain he's been lording over.
The Center for Biological Diversity and research partner Conservation CATalyst on Wednesday released a video compiling views from three trail cameras that captured the jaguar last fall in the Santa Rita Mountains southeast of Tucson.
Big, meaty, masculine nose of blueberry pie, licorice, and damson plum.
Gamey, leathery notes underpin the aromas while black pepper notes mingle up top with the dark fruit.
If the mine wins necessary permits, the state and company would negotiate a binding agreement for habitat protections, said Jim de Vos, who heads Arizona Game and Fish's Wildlife Management Division."Arizona is at the extreme northern end of jaguar range," de Vos said.