Does the fence between Mexico and the United States hurt the migration of any animals?



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    The largest controversy is over the jaguar, a federally listed endagered animal, that has a breeding population in northern Mexico. According to a CNN new report, “The Department of Homeland Security waived 30 environmental laws to finish 470 miles of the fence by the end of the year.” The laws specifically relate to protecting wildlife and public lands, including the Endagered Species Act.

    Some other species whose habitat is fragmented by the wall include ocelots, jaguarondi, deer, and wolves.

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