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            Jaguar burned by wildfires in Brazil is helped back to health(1/5)

            2020-09-24 09:49:50 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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            The spotted male jaguar, named Ousado, is one of countless victims of the worst wildfires ever recorded in Brazil’s Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland. Ousado was one of the lucky ones. Rescued by volunteers, he was brought to a farm run by an NGO dedicated to protecting endangered wild cats. He is being treated with cutting-edge medicine: stem cell injections to hasten the recovery of burned tissue and the regeneration of new tissue. (Photo/Agencies)

            The spotted male jaguar, named Ousado, is one of countless victims of the worst wildfires ever recorded in Brazil’s Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland. Ousado was one of the lucky ones. Rescued by volunteers, he was brought to a farm run by an NGO dedicated to protecting endangered wild cats. He is being treated with cutting-edge medicine: stem cell injections to hasten the recovery of burned tissue and the regeneration of new tissue. (Photo/Agencies)

            The spotted male jaguar, named Ousado, is one of countless victims of the worst wildfires ever recorded in Brazil’s Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland. Ousado was one of the lucky ones. Rescued by volunteers, he was brought to a farm run by an NGO dedicated to protecting endangered wild cats. He is being treated with cutting-edge medicine: stem cell injections to hasten the recovery of burned tissue and the regeneration of new tissue. (Photo/Agencies)

            The spotted male jaguar, named Ousado, is one of countless victims of the worst wildfires ever recorded in Brazil’s Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland. Ousado was one of the lucky ones. Rescued by volunteers, he was brought to a farm run by an NGO dedicated to protecting endangered wild cats. He is being treated with cutting-edge medicine: stem cell injections to hasten the recovery of burned tissue and the regeneration of new tissue. (Photo/Agencies)

            The spotted male jaguar, named Ousado, is one of countless victims of the worst wildfires ever recorded in Brazil’s Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland. Ousado was one of the lucky ones. Rescued by volunteers, he was brought to a farm run by an NGO dedicated to protecting endangered wild cats. He is being treated with cutting-edge medicine: stem cell injections to hasten the recovery of burned tissue and the regeneration of new tissue. (Photo/Agencies)

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