The Jaguar is one of the wild cats and they can range in size from 120 to 250 pounds. They may be from 5 to 6 feet long. Their size varies based on the region where they live. They are very good predators and will often take down prey that is many times their size. They will take it up into trees where they won’t have to share it with others.
They are very territorial and have a large home range that they cover to find food. They live an isolated existence with the exception of mating and raising their young. The Jaguar is considered to be endangered at this time due to loss of habitat.
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