In Sonora, Mexico, the most northern population of jaguar in the Americas comes into conflict with local cattle ranchers. A history of hunting has diminished these powerful cats, but a community of ranchers is changing their relationship with the jaguar and learning to coexist.
This subtitled film is suitable for the Biological Sciences curriculum for Year 5 students learning about specific adaptations, and Year 6, 7 and 9 thinking about ecosystems and how humans impact upon those.
Video Length: 11:32 mins
This film was submitted as part of the SCINEMA International Film Festival in 2018.
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