Though jaguars used to migrate often through the lower states, they don’t as much anymore, as they, like any large wild animal, tend to stay away from human populations. Considering that there have only been 2-3 sightings since the mid 1900’s, I think it’s safe to say that jaguar don’t frequent this area as much as they used to. Even if we cut off their migration, they would adapt, as animals always do. So, regardless of whether the fence is put up or not, jaguars don’t really have much to worry about. However, as far as I know, parts of it have been built, and are still in motion.
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