Meet Arami, a jaguar bred in the Jaguar Reintroduction Center in Northeastern Argentina. It is the world's first jaguar raised in a breeding program and set free. Currently at over three years old it roams on a protected area of 1.7 million acres, monitored daily with a GPS tracking collar. Arami was raised in part of an effort by the Tompkins Conservation, Fundación Rewilding Argentina, the province of Corrientes, and the National Parks Administration in order to revive species in region where they have gone extinct for over 70 years ago. As a top predator, the revival of the jaguar would restore the fullness of the ecological system, as well as bringing back its symbols of strength and beauty for the Corrientes people.

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