Trump wall threatens Mexico’s migratory animals
11 April 2017 | 5:02 am
They are not "bad hombres," as Donald Trump might say - or any kind of "hombres" at all, but like the human migrants targeted by the US president, the jaguars, bighorn sheep and deer-like Sonoran pronghorns of northern Mexico have a lot to lose from his planned border wall.
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