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Love & Cute | November 1, 2022 8:02 AM | hangbony

At 7-8 weeks old, a mother and a jaguar cub play in the water.

The jaguar is a large feline species native to the Americas, particularly found in South and Central America. It is scientifically known as Panthera onca and is the third-largest feline species after the tiger and lion. The jaguar is known for its distinctive coat pattern, which features black spots on a tawny background. It is a solitary and territorial animal that preys on a variety of animals, including deer, peccaries, and monkeys. The jaguar is an important cultural symbol for many indigenous peoples in the Americas and is also considered a keystone species in its ecosystem.


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