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Black bear spotted on camera in Mexico

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Great news from Mexico!

The World Land Trust reports that trail cameras in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve there have filmed a Black Bear recorded in central Mexico.  

This is the first Black Bear recorded there for 100 years!

There's also footage of a nine-banded Armadillo and Jaguar.

Back in 2018, supporters of the World Land Trust raised a whopping £57,800 to protect an area of the forest of 578 acres - that's the size of nearly 300 football pitches!

Would you like to help the World Land Trust protect more acres for wildlife?

If you're thinking, "yes, I would!" visit their website here.


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