'El Jefe' the Jaguar Captured on Video

The jaguar "El Jefe" is seen roaming a mountain range in southern Arizona in the first publicly released video of the animal.
1:01 | 02/04/16

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much. We all know the panthers are getting ready for the big game and another animal in the panther family is making headlines. Jaguar. Love that transition? Yes. Panthers not the jaguars, a real one called el jefe Spanish for the boss. He is caught on video, the only known wild jaguar in the united States and was seen -- Hence the song "One is the loneliest number". It's okay to be one because they know jaguars prefer to be alone. They prefer to hunt alone. They prefer to live alone. They believe he's about seven years old and experts are saying that they hope a female jaguar will cross the border from Mexico, keep el jefe some company and in turn boost the population in the process. We want more jaguars in this country. We only have one. We're just trying to hook him up. Need a little hole in the fence. There's an app for that. He's lonely. He needs a mate every once in a

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