Wednesday, January 13, 2010

In Reversal, Jaguar Habitat Will Be Protected - The New York Times

The Fish and Wildlife Service says there are no known jaguars in the United States today. The last jaguar known to exist within the nation’s borders died last March.

However, there are nearly 5,000 in Mexico, and more ranging as far south as Argentina and Paraguay

Leave it to liberals to ban any land development in case animals decide to vacation in the United States. Whats next? Putting aside oil and gas rights in Montana in case the Mastodon returns.

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