This video from the USA says about itself:
Macho B was the last known living wild jaguar in the United States of America. He passed away on the evening of March 1, 2009 in Arizona after a bungled accidental recapture. This video is a tribute to him and his great species.
Jaguars Roam Northward Into Arizona and New Mexico
Jaguars are once again reclaiming parts of their former habitat in the southwestern US.
Motion sensing cameras have captured images of at least four jaguars that have roamed across the Mexico border into areas of New Mexico and Arizona.
Conservationists are urging federal wildlife officials to set aside critical habitat to help protect the endangered cat.
Jaguars are the largest cat in the Americas.
They are the third largest in the world (the tiger and lion are first and second largest, respectively).
It is to be hoped that the supersized ‘Berlin’ wall that Bush is building along the US-Mexican border will not hurt the animals.
Jaguars in Argentina: here.