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Cockscomb Basin Jaguar Sanctuary

Listed under Endangered Wildlife in Belize.

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The world’s only jaguar sanctuary, around 150 square miles of rich tropical rainforest are protected and monitored by Cockscomb Basin. The forest of mahogany and cedar also hides a Mayan archaeological site and is bordered by Belize’s highest mountain, Victoria Peak. You’ll need these other diversions, unfortunately though you’re likely to see where a jaguar has recently been you’re unlikely to see a jaguar (well, they are known for being stealthy, camouflaged predators.). You’re much more likely to see a puma or an ocelot.

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