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More than 764,000 acres of Southeast Arizona and Southwestern New Mexico became federally designated prime habitat for the endangered jaguar today.
Federal wildlife officials are proposing to designate more critical habitat in the American Southwest for the jaguar.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has asked that a proposal aimed at designating land in New Mexico and Arizona as critical habitat for the jaguar be withdrawn.
The jaguar above was photographed by a remote camera in an isolated canyon of the Sonoran Sky Islands, 30 miles south of the border.
The U.S. proposed Friday to designate about 1,309 square miles across Southern Arizona and a sliver of New Mexico as prime habitat that is essential for conservation of the endangered jaguar.
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