||The Jaguar is the largest, most powerful wild
cat of the western hemisphere. The Jaguar measures 5 to 8 1/2 feet long, including their 1
1/2 to 2 1/2 foot tail. There weight is 150 to 300 pounds (68 to136 kilograms). A jaguar
has a golden or brownish-yellow fur and many spots. The spots along its back and sides are
light-colored with dark borders and have a dark spot in the center.
|The spots are also on it legs,
head, and underside. The Jaguar lives in New Mexico and Texas.
The Female and the Male
only live with each for 95 to 169 days. The Jaguar can have 4 to5 babies a year. The
Jaguar mostly hunts at night and will hunt during the day when the babies are hungry.
The Jaguar eats tapirs, turtles, deer, fish, and wild pig. They can grow up
to 68 years.