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Jaguar populations in Panama are rapidly declining as their forest habitats are being disturbed by agricultural and urban development. In this preview of BioVida Panamá, Ricardo Moreno, the first Panamanian expert on big cats, and his team at Yaguará Panamá explain how they are leading the fight for the future of these animals.

BioVida Panamá: Jaguars

BioVida Panamá: Frogs

Frogs in Panama face a myriad of challenges that have led to the near-extinction of the country's national animal: the Panamanian Golden Frog. In this preview of BioVida Panamá, the diverse community working on this issue explains how protecting these animals isn't just up to the experts.

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