A potrait of a Jaguar (Panthera onca) at the Milwaukee County Zoological Gardens
Gary M. Stoltz - Public Domain by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Jaguars are beautiful creatures. Typically males grow to be around 110 - 220 pounds.
A jaguar (Panthera onca), in a wildlife rescue & rehabilitation centre
A Jaguar takes a yawn at the Toronto Zoo
Image:Jaguar sitting.jpg is cropped for a 3:4 aspect ratio and for the jaguar occupying a larger area in the picture. A little tonal and contrast adjustment is also done.
A Jaguar (Panthera onca) at the Milwaukee County Zoological Gardens in Milwaukee
A Jaguar at Edinburgh Zoo
A jaguar mother and cub (Panthera onca), which are native to Amazon jungle of South America
A close-up of a Jaguar sitting.
A Jaguar attacking a Cayman crocodile.
Majestic African lion couple. Although related to jaguars, a lion is not a type of jaguar.
A black panther is a type of jaguar with a melanism condition.
A wild African leopard looking down from a branch of a tree. Although leopards and jaguars look very similar, a leopard is not a type of jaguar.
Rose-shaped markings are characteristic of jaguars. These spots are called rosettes.
Jaguars are fearsome predators and will hunt anything from frogs, fish, and reptiles to livestock, cows, and deer.
The jaguar possesses such a powerful bite, it can pierce the shell of turtles and tortoises.
Amazing Rainforest Animal: Jaguar
A Jaguar roaring to establish dominance. The word 'jaguar' comes from the indigenous word 'yaguar', which means 'he who kills with one leap'.