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Jaguars By: Grace Foley
Diet Jaguars hunt different kinds of prey. The animals they hunt are: Monkeys, Turtles, Armadillos, Deer, Frogs, Fish, and wild pigs.
What do Jaguars look like? Jaguars may be golden, tan, or black. The fur under the animals’ chin and on its belly is white. Jaguars are the third largest cat in the world.
A Jaguar’s Family Baby jaguars are called cubs. When the cubs are born they cannot see. Baby jaguars weigh only about 1 ½ to 2 pounds (0.7 to 0.9 kilograms). By the time the cubs are six weeks old they can see very well.
How strong are jaguars? Special Body Parts: Jaguars sink their long teeth, called fangs, into their prey’s skin to catch and hold them. Jaguars teeth are so strong that its teeth can bite through a bone.
Where do jaguars live? Jaguars live in parts of Mexico, Central America, and South America. Most jaguars live in rain forests and wet grasslands but some jaguars live in dry forests. Jaguars love water. They are excellent swimmers.
Saving the Jaguar People need to save their natural homes. Jaguars are shy animals. They run and hide when humans are nearby. It is against the law to hunt jaguars in wildlife parks.