Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Jaguar--Laguna-de-Terminos--Campeche--Mexico-27MZIFLCR9N.htmlConceptually similarMangroves in Laguna de Terminos in MexicoGP08TCCompleted★★★★Mangroves in Laguna de Terminos in MexicoGP02P03Completed★★★★White Shrimp Laboratory in MexicoGP02X2JCompleted★★★★White Shrimp Laboratory in MexicoGP02X2LCompleted★★★★Dolphin. Campeche, MexicoGP0FLYCompleted★★★★★★Oil facility in a natural reserve in the State of Campeche, MexicoGP0U40Completed★★★★Protest at the Federal Commission of Electricity in Mexico CityGP066FCompleted★★★★Grey Whale in MexicoGP0STS28PCompleted★★★★Protest at the Federal Commission of Electricity in Mexico CityGP0X3ECompleted★★★★View AllGP016EJaguar, Laguna de Terminos, Campeche, MexicoHigh angle, close view of jaguar's head and front, he looks up and his front feet are in the water.Locations:Campeche-Mexico-North AmericaDate:26 Jun, 1999Credit:© Greenpeace / Tomas Bravo GarciaMaximum size:2512px X 3819pxKeywords:Day-Endangered species-Forests (campaign title)-Jaguars-KWCI (GPI)-OutdoorsShoot:Mangrove Forests and Shrimp Farms in MexicoCampaign against shrimp farming to protect mangroves forests. Laguna de Terminos is a protected area in the Gulf of Mexico (Campeche). An aquaculture project is in process of being approved by the government. Acua Eco is the name of the company promoting this 3000 hectares of ponds project as soon as possible and they are waiting only the approval of the EIA by the government. Another problem is the introduction of a non-native (alien) species. The shrimp species that they want to cultivate comes from the pacific coast. This shrimp can be invasive and carries diseases like the White spot virus. If this project is approved, the bylaws of Laguna de Terminos will be by-passed.