Jaguars are spotted jungle cats native to the Americas, built for power rather than speed. They have strong jaws and teeth capable of killing prey instantly by piercing their skulls. Often, they take prey that is quite l... More »

Jaguars and leopards look alike, but jaguars live in the New World while leopards are found in the Old World. Specifically, jaguars are found in South America and as far north as southern Arizona and New Mexico. They are... More » Pets & Animals Mammals Large Cats

Jaguars are found primarily in the rainforests of Central America. They are carnivores and are good swimmers, and they grow from 4 to 6 feet in length. Though Jaguars prefer rainforests, they have expanded their habitat ... More » Pets & Animals Mammals Large Cats

Some interesting and important facts about leopards include that there are nine subspecies of leopards, and it is recognized as one of the four big cats along with tigers, lions and jaguars. Leopards are nocturnal and so... More » Pets & Animals Mammals Large Cats

Leopards, pumas, jaguars, lions and tigers are all bigger than cheetahs, with tigersbeing the biggest cats overall. At around 2.5 to 3 feet tall, cheetahs have visibly smaller heads and bodies than the other big cats.The... More » Pets & Animals Mammals Large Cats

Black jaguars and spotted jaguars are the same species. The dark coat of black jaguars occurs because of melanism—a greater-than-average deposition of black pigment. Some melanistic jaguars have visible spots while other... More »

Many large predator animals in the Americas prey on white-tailed deer, including grey wolves, alligators, mountain lions and similar large cats, such as jaguars. In addition, deer fawns are often targets for medium-sized... More »