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Jaguarundis are endangered because the dense brush that provides habitat has been cleared for farming or for the growth of cities. Jaguarundis still exist in Mexico, but they are now very rare in Texas. People in the Lower Rio Grande Valley are working together to plant native shrubs and restore habitat for the Jaguarundi, Ocelot, migrating songbirds, and other animals.
The Jaguarundi is so elusive that researchers have been unable to estimate how many are left in the wild.
Originally posted by azblack
My personal understanding of the black panther seen in Texas close to hometown H-F