"The jaguar has been on Earth for millions of years, but how it will survive human domination of our planet is the subject of this remarkable book. Alan Rabinowitz elevates current thinking on conservation with his clear solutions for protection of this indomitable cat along the corridors they roam in Central and South America. In a time of change and even despair, this beautifully written book offers hope."--Jane Alexander "actress, author, and conservationist "Rezension:
"Alan Rabinowitz has been a leader in the effort to conserve jaguars for decades, and his work has inspired my own and that of many other colleagues. This book, drawing on a wide array of technical sources along with personal reflections, should be of broad interest to scientists and conservationists, as well as to the general public."--Eduardo Eizirik "Professor of Genetics, PUCRS and Pro-Carnivoros Institute, Brazil ""
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Buchbeschreibung Island Press Nov 2014, 2014. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. 237x165x22 mm. Neuware - The jaguar is one of the most mysterious and least-known big cats of the world. In this book, the author reveals how he learned from newly available genetic data that the jaguar was a single species connected genetically throughout its entire range from Mexico to Argentina, making it unique among all other large carnivores in the world. 304 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781597269964