The Jaguar is found from southern Mexico all the way to Argentina. Most of its popuations reside in the Amazonia (Brazil). Colonies used to exist in Texas and Arizona but they are now extinct. It is estimated that the total jaguar population in the world is below 15,000. It is considered an endangered species.
The Amazon Basin has the highest concentration of jaguars. Their population can be as dense as one resident per 15 square kilometers there, although the it is not the most ideal habitat for the species. The jaguar population is stable in the rainforest but threatened in other parts of its range.
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