Why Are Jaguars Endangered?

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Jaguars are endangered due to a number of reasons. These reasons include, jaguars are being hunted for their beautiful skins and farmers are killing them because they attack their livestock. In addition, their natural habitat is encroached by human or polluted.
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Before they were protected as an endangered species, the jaguar population was greatly diminished by hunters, who killed the cats for their fur. The jaguar now is protected throughout
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The jaguar is listed as near threatened by the IUCN, not endangered.
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it's not endangered, yet http://www.iucnredlist.org/search Panthera onca (Jaguar) Status: Near Threatened Pop. trend: decreasing http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/15953 Justification
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Because of illegal hunting and the loss of their natural habitat by rampant deforrestation of the South American Rainforrest.
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Jaguars are considered an endangered species, because not only is their living and hunting habitat being slowly reduced, but that ranchers and hunters have reduced their numbers drastically, also.
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