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Pecos Jaguars – 1881,1901

Source: “Biological Survey of Texas” by Vernon Bailey

There is a sentence in the “Biological Survey of Texas” about jaguars near the mouth of the Pecos River that I thought should be noted.

Pecos jaguar article

The fact that a jaguar was killed upstream near Ozona a couple of decades later that seems to confirm that cats were moving up and down the Pecos River valley. There is also millennia old rock art at Seminole Canyon that seems to depicts jaguars, so this must have been happening for a quite long time.

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