Pregnant Mama Jaguar Who Killed Her Last 2 Cubs Ends Up Giving Vets The Fight Of Their Lives

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  • Published on:  Monday, July 30, 2018
  • For some animal populations, every single member of the species is integral to its overall survival. This is certainly the case for species like the jaguar, which, according to recent estimates, has about 15,000 members in the wild—at best.

    This is why Spanish zookeepers were so excited when they learned that Xena the jaguar was pregnant. Any addition to the population would help keep the species alive. Sadly, when tragedy struck, the zookeepers were ready to lose all hope… until something miraculous happened.

    Recently, when a group of veterinarians at a zoo in Madrid, Spain, noticed Xena the jaguar was pregnant, they could barely contain their excitement. In no time at all, they would be welcoming brand new cubs into their facility!



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  • Allison Holly

     (Aug 4, 2018)

    These comments are so lame. People who work in zoos are trying their hardest to keep these animals alive. Jaguars are being hunted to extinction and no amount of laws or keyboard warriors are going to stop them. So if you want the animals to live in the wild then by all means grab a gun and hunt some poachers, but I don’t see any of you doing that.

  • AJE23

     (Mar 12, 2019)

    Cuz that's murder ? Jaguars are cool and all but I'm not doing life in prison over a fuckin jaguar bro .u can tho Let us know how the hunt goes .aim for the head !

  • JRRnotTolkien

     (Mar 9, 2019)

    +Raspberry Moon People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. And you are VERY late the party; that term has been around for years.

  • Iris

     (Oct 4, 2018)

    I can't stand all these comments condemning zoos. If this jaguar were released in the wild she'd be DEAD. She wouldn't know how to act in the wild. Guess what, it's ILLEGAL POACHING that is killing these animals too done by HUMANS. A species of RHINO has already gone extinct in the wild over it. If you want to make a REAL difference push for organizations that try to get the governments of the countries these animals are native in to crack down harder on poaching and preserving these animals THEN one d...

  • real dude

     (Mar 10, 2019)

    do you not understand that they are born with survival instincts at the end of the day the predator would find a small mammal to kill b4 building up to bigger prey

  • Angel-YDBC

     (Mar 8, 2019)

    +centavo X so true!! Well said. We need to stop destroying the world.

  • Morticia Huntley

     (Aug 6, 2018)

    So many people are like "She killed her cubs to prevent them from suffering from being in a cage! We need to release them back into the wild where they belong!!1!" This cat was most likely born in full captivity and its likely her parents lived in captivity. If we released her she would almost immediately die within a few days to weeks. From not having fully "developed wild instincts." Either she would end up starving or would be mauled by poachers. Not all zoos and sanctuaries trea...

  • real dude

     (Mar 10, 2019)

    if they weren’t takin from their mothers or if people would just leave the animals alone period they’d survive and the offspring would be taught how to survive it what lions do

  • JRRnotTolkien

     (Mar 9, 2019)

    And I NEVER hear anyone saying that perhaps we should be pushing for lower birthrates for populations whose females currently produce litters of children. These animals are not endangered because there are too many giraffes.

  • St3ll4ry

     (Aug 7, 2018)

    all these idiots in the comments think they know better than the educated zookeepers and caretakers fighting to keep this dying species alive.

  • Purple Cat

     (Feb 4, 2019)

    IT'S THAT CRAZY WEIRDO - I know humans are the reason that certain animals are endangered, that's why we're doing our best to fix it. There are people on different ends of the spectrum- poachers who needlessly kill and cause them to be endangered, and zookeepers that do their best to get endangered animals to repopulate in order to get better and not be endangered.

  • Jayce Gayoso

     (Jan 20, 2019)

    Exactly, I doubt those idiots could do something like the vets did.

  • somi leisan

     (Aug 6, 2018)

    I think the mama knows her babies were born not breathing and that's why she ate them and that's what cats do

  • Der Speigel

     (Feb 13, 2019)

    +LolyPlays dogs also, animals eat the failed young because it gives the mother the strength to take care of the ones that survive. They don't rationalize it like we would they just know instinctively.

  • medexamtoolsdotcom

     (Feb 12, 2019)

    Um, no, they said that she killed them after they were born, that does not mean they were born not breathing.

  • James Moody

     (Aug 6, 2018)

    This comment section is a perfect example of adults with the mental and emotional capacity of children. Yes animals belong in the wild, but when said wild has been extremely diminished due to industries, which is an advantage to merchants of the black market demand for such animals, conservation programs are necessary. Breeding programs for rare animals in zoological facilities or no more rare animals. Pick.

  • S C

     (Mar 8, 2019)

    James Moody speaking of a childish mind - false dilemma.

  • i like clouds

     (Mar 7, 2019)

    Dont ever insult children with the dumbness of adults.

  • Andy B

     (Aug 7, 2018)

    She ate them because they were not right. Mothers instincts. Even tame cats will do this

  • Nurshazwani Zahari

     (Mar 12, 2019)

    yes,,,my cat did...

  • Charlottedoodles 12

     (Mar 11, 2019)

    +The Weirdo the one that was dying could have been stuck in the mama and it suffocated it happened with my dog when she was pregnant duh

  • ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

     (Jan 16, 2019)

    99% of the comments complaining about lame comments1% lame comments that I couldn't find

  • Penny woo

     (Aug 7, 2018)

    Lmao reading the comments on how "she did it so the cubs dont go through a life in cages and human contact" im crying i dont even want to scroll any further. Ive lost enough braincells

  • Sabrina O

     (Jan 27, 2019)

    Omfg I LOVE killing stalking! And Sangwoo is my favorite.

  • Sleepy Claus

     (Jan 14, 2019)

    Ikr

  • lovebiites

     (Aug 1, 2018)

    Mother animals will kill their children if they have complications.Update: Wow, thanks for all the likes guys! 😊 Makes my day!

  • Sandra Sharp

     (Jan 20, 2019)

    Stressed by captivity

  • mnm KIREINA

     (Jan 19, 2019)

    lol..its not about human and animals connection..its about being mom or being a mother... let me share you that normal cat do that things too and let me say to you that...the cat i found is not on cage its free but she still ate her child... its because it can't be alive or will be dead soon or maybe it had health complications