Critical population status of the jaguar Panthera onca in the Argentine Chaco: camera-trap surveys suggest recent collapse and imminent regional extinction

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Verónica Andrea Quiroga, Gabriel Iván Boaglio, Andrew Jay Noss and Mario Santiago Di Bitetti 2013 Fauna & Flora International, Oryx, 1–8 Abstract The population of jaguars Panthera onca in the semi-arid Chaco Province is the least well-known in Argentina. Its status in the region is described only from interviews that confirmed its presence until 2003. To update information on