Jaguar Breeding Project


The Jaguar Breeding Project currently covers 132 hectares and possesses more than 150 Enclosures that shelter more than 2.200 animals from 190 species. Many animals also live free outside the enclosures, with abundant feeding and optimal reproduction conditions. The presentation below sums up the information about these species:





Send copy of this message to your e-mail.

Jaguar Breeding Project

Association for the Research and Conservation of the Wildlife

+55 [41] 3029-8810

The Jaguar Breeding Project is Conservationist and is not open to the public, as in zoos. The entry of persons is allowed with the purpose of research and maintenance. Even so are strictly assisted by specialized professionals: to contact us and get more information, please complete the form below, or call our contact phone during business hours.

Developed by:
vb2d + vis/dev