The Jaguar is South America's biggest feline. But it once roamed as far north as the border region of the U.S. and Mexico. If you're a hiker, it's scary how well this jaguar blends into the background, and without even trying.
Indeed. There was a time, before the river was completely controlled by man, that an almost tropical forest and grass land that supported antelope, bison, and yes jaquars extended from the Colorado Delta in Sonora, north to Yuma AZ.