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Great ChrisJ 2021-05-06 9:06

Hello Jorge,

These juvenile cattle would be vulnerable to any wild dogs or big cats if you still have any in your area. (Leopards, ocelots, puma, cougars etc. I think the jaguars are more Amazonian?) The white herons mostly on the fence posts, make a good backdrop. Tfs!

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Old 05-06-2021, 07:09 PM
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chris

pumas and jaguars were extinct in my region since 1950's. but in these last years the protection of nature and the empty rural zone came back these animals. at this time we dont have noticed any damage with the bovines, only with hens and sheep.. few days ago a man said he was attacked by a jaguar some km at south of my region, but some people said he was lieing.

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