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    Saving Jaguars

    Written by Victor Stanley Jr. Theology & Culture In a story from Reuters scientists work to preserve jaguars, which are a species that is on the brink of extinction. There are only two hundred jaguars left in the wild, and scientists in Argentina recently caught one in order to extract DNA samples. “The 11-year-old jaguar called Tango could be the key to preserving the species for future generations,”[1] says scientist Adrian Sestelo. Scientists are working with conservation groups in order to protect the small population of jaguars left in the wild.