#57 | The Elusive Jaguars of Costa Rica with Juan Carlos Cruz

#57 | The Elusive Jaguars of Costa Rica with Juan Carlos Cruz

Today’s guest, Juan Carlos Cruz, has spent the past twelve years studying the beautiful and elusive jaguar. We chat all things jaguars, such as their relation to the more famous jaguar populations in South America, jaguars versus pumas (or mountain lions) and the difference between their ecological roles, the relationship between jaguars and sea turtles, and how Juan is working diligently to converse these cats by co-founding Nama Conservation, a non-profit dedicated to protecting jaguar habitat by working with local communities.

This episode is also Part 1 of the Costa Rica: Life, Lava & Forests series!

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