Jaguars in Danger: Building pathways for wild cats to protect a Costa Rican symbol

Every year, dozens of jaguars and other wild cats are killed in accidents when crossing highways in Costa Rica.
The jaguar (Panthera onca) is a national symbol for Costa Rica. However, wildlife experts warn their protection still lacks attention and public commitment.
Most of the time, wild cats migrate because they are seeking food, running from sudden climate variations, or searching for a mate. Without necessary safeguards, they are susceptible to crossing roads and highways that transport

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