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Macho B in February 2009, after he was first captured in a trap set by researchers and fitted with a radio collar.
The Arizona Daily Star filed a lawsuit Wednesday in federal court against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeking the criminal investigation documents into the capture and death of a jaguar known as Macho B.
Arizona Game and Fish Department officials say outside experts agree with state biologists that a hunter’s trail camera captured an image of a jaguar late last month.
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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