Jaguar                      Marc and JuanHaga clic para modificar el estilo de subtítulo del patrón
INDEXDescriptionSizeLife SpanRangeHabitatBehaviourTheat
DESCRIPTIONThe jaguar is the largest cat in the Americas. Thejaguar has a compact body, a broad head andpowerful jaws. Its...
SizeHeight: 2¼ - 2½ feet (.69-76m).Length: 5½ - 8 feet (1.7-2.4m) from nose to tipof tail.Weight: 100-250 lbs (45-113 kg).
LIFE SPANLifespan: 15 to 20 years.
RANGEThe jaguar can be found in Arizona, New Mexicoand Texas and from Mexico all the way down toPatagonia. It is rare in t...
HABITAT Habitats include deciduous forests, rainforests,swamps, pampas grasslands and mountain scrubareas.
BEHAVIOURThe jaguar makes its home in a wide-variety ofhabitats including deciduous forests, rainforests,swamps, pampas gr...
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Jaguar

  1. 1. Jaguar Marc and JuanHaga clic para modificar el estilo de subtítulo del patrón
  2. 2. INDEXDescriptionSizeLife SpanRangeHabitatBehaviourTheat
  3. 3. DESCRIPTIONThe jaguar is the largest cat in the Americas. Thejaguar has a compact body, a broad head andpowerful jaws. Its coat is normally yellow and tan, butthe color can vary from reddish brown to black. It hasgot black spots.
  4. 4. SizeHeight: 2¼ - 2½ feet (.69-76m).Length: 5½ - 8 feet (1.7-2.4m) from nose to tipof tail.Weight: 100-250 lbs (45-113 kg).
  5. 5. LIFE SPANLifespan: 15 to 20 years.
  6. 6. RANGEThe jaguar can be found in Arizona, New Mexicoand Texas and from Mexico all the way down toPatagonia. It is rare in the United States and is afederal endangered species.
  7. 7. HABITAT Habitats include deciduous forests, rainforests,swamps, pampas grasslands and mountain scrubareas.
  8. 8. BEHAVIOURThe jaguar makes its home in a wide-variety ofhabitats including deciduous forests, rainforests,swamps, pampas grasslands and mountain scrubareas. They are solitary animals and live andhunt alone, except during mating season. Themales home range is between 19-53 squaremiles. The females home range is between10-37 square miles. A male jaguar may share hishome range with several females.

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