A family of jaguars was seen crossing the Guaporé River, about 40 km from Cabixi, in Rondônia.
The record was made last weekend by a couple of livestock farmers who were going from Vila São João to Vila Neide, riverside communities, when they had an encounter with the felines.
The rancher who made the record, Tania Mackowiak, said that she had already seen jaguars in the region, but it was the first time she saw one with two cubs crossing the river.
Tania reported that finding these animals is not very common and it is even more difficult to register the cats.
She said she was not afraid of the animals and felt privileged.
For biologist Rafael Augusto Fonseca, jaguars are directly related to flooded areas and aquatic environments, especially in the Pantanal.
According to Rafael, in the Guaporé River region there is an ecotone area of ​​biomes, where the Amazon Forest, the Cerrado and the Pantanal meet.
The jaguar is an animal well distributed throughout Brazil, being very predominant in the Southeast and North regions.

Fonte: Agência Amazônia

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