The first successful case was that of the sisters, Isa (pictured below) and Fera (pictured above), jaguars who lost their mother at a young age and were successfully reintroduced into the Pantanal. After careful adaptation, they did not require support when they returned to nature: they integrated into the population of jaguars in the region and now live normally in their natural habitat. The success of this project was confirmed in 2018 with the birth of cubs from the two free-living jaguars.
Onçafari Rewild was structured in partnership with CENAP and ICMBio. The object of these research projects was to reintroduce jaguars into their natural habitat, an important tool for the recovery of endangered populations.
photo: Adriano Gambarini