BRAZIL-ANIMALS-ENVIRONMENT-CONSERVATION-BIG CATS-JAGUAR : News Photo

BRAZIL-ANIMALS-ENVIRONMENT-CONSERVATION-BIG CATS-JAGUAR

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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Yana Marull Members of the non-governmental organization NEX and the Brazilian Institute of Environment (IBAMA) put a GPS collar and take biometric information of a wild melanistic jaguar before releasing it again into the bushland, in Goias State, Brazil, on January 10, 2013. Nex, an NGO aimed at preserving and defending the life of endangered Brazilian wild cats, has a sanctuary in the state of Goias which receives big cats from across Brazil which cannot return to nature. AFP PHOTO/Evaristo SA (Photo credit should read EVARISTO SA/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Yana Marull Members of the non-governmental organization NEX and the Brazilian Institute of Environment (IBAMA) put a GPS collar and take biometric information of a wild melanistic jaguar before releasing it again into the bushland, in Goias State, Brazil, on January 10, 2013. Nex, an NGO aimed at preserving and defending the life of endangered Brazilian wild cats, has a sanctuary in the state of Goias which receives big cats from across Brazil which cannot return to nature. AFP PHOTO/Evaristo SA (Photo credit should read EVARISTO SA/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 10, 2013
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