How big are jaguars?
Jaguars can weigh more than 300 pounds and feed on medium and large sized mammals, reptiles and birds.
What are the main threats to jaguars in the wild?
Hunting and habitat loss due to deforestation continue to threaten jaguars’ survival.
What does a jaguar’s territory consist of?
Jaguars require large areas of tropical rain forest and stretches of riverbank to survive.
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