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Texas couple arrested for selling a baby jaguar out of a parking lot

  • A Texan couple has been arrested for selling a margay and attempting to sell a jaguar cub, violating The Big Cat Act. The couple sold a margay cub for $7,500, and were in violation of the act when they tried to sell a jaguar cub to the same person.
  • The couple was supposed to sell the jaguar cub for cash, which prompted them to bring a case of money from their home to the location. If convicted, they could face up to five years in prison and a fine.
  • This is the first case filed under The Big Cat Act, marking a significant development in enforcing laws against illegal wildlife trafficking.
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