Jaguar

Common Name: Jaguar
Scientific Name: Panthera onca
Also Known As:
Type: Cat
Classification: Mammal
Diet: Carnivore
Length: 100 – 180 cm (39 – 71 inch) (excl. tail)
Height: 63 – 76 cm (24.8 – 29.9 inch) (at the shoulder)
Weight: 56 – 96 kg (123 – 212 lb)
Top Speed: 80 kph (50 mph)
Life Span: 11 years in the wild, 22 years in captivity
Migration Habit: Does not migrate
IUCN Redlist Status: Near Threatened
Population Trend: Decreasing
Jaguar

Jaguars are Mammals that are a species of Cat. Their scientific name is Panthera onca.

These Mammals are Carnivores, and groups of Jaguars are known as a Prowl.

Jaguar Habitat

Jaguars can be found in many countries in South America and North America, these countries include Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, United States, and Venezuela.

They strive in habitats like tropical dry forests, tropical moist forests, and tropical savannas.

Learn About the Jaguar | Big Cat Week

Jaguar Young

These Cats mature at the age of 2-4 years. Once matured, Jaguars can have 1-3 young after a gestation period of 91-111 days.

Jaguar young are called cubs and, like most animal young, are extremely cute.

Incredibly Cute Newborn Jaguar Cub | Our World

References: Wikipedia and the IUCN Redlist.