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WWF launches plan to protect and grow dwindling jaguar population in Ecuador

Published on November 10, 2020
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The mega biodiversity of Ecuador makes it a unique country, because its small territory—compared to other countries such as Brazil and Colombia—makes it the place with the most species per area in some classes of animals, such as amphibians. But it also has a long list of endangered species. According to Santiago […]

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