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October 27, 2014
Veterinarians prepare Tango, an eleven-year-old male jaguar, for a full medical examination at the Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Veterinarians prepare Tango, an eleven-year-old male jaguar, for a full medical examination at the Buenos...
Veterinarians prepare Tango, an eleven-year-old male jaguar, for a full medical examination at the Buenos Aires Zoo October 27, 2014. Argentina's rare jaguar was added to Buenos Aires Zoo's DNA bank on Monday as conservationists step up efforts to save the big cat species that is on the brink of extinction. The 11-year-old jaguar called Tango could be the key to preserving the species for future generations. At the zoo's Biotechnology Reproduction Lab, vets took blood, hair and semen samples from Tango to be stored. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
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