Female jaguar injured in the Pantanal fires recovers near Brasilia
22 October 2020 | 2:09 pm
Amanaci, a female jaguar, is receiving stem cell treatments by the veterinary team of the Nex Institute in Brazil, after she suffered third-degree burns in the fires that ravaged the Brazilian Pantanal.
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