Wild jaguars were thought to have been killed-off in the United States, until an Arizona rancher saw one 14 years ago. The lone jaguar became a symbol of hope. More recently, when it died, it became a symbol of controversy. The Fish and Wildlife Service has been ordered to put together a plan to bring the hemisphere's largest cat back to the Southwest.
Arizona Jaguar Symbolizes Hope, Controversy
News & Features Ted Robbins · NPR ·