Jaguars are in danger of going extinct because their natural habitats are steadily disappearing due to human encroachment. However, jaguar numbers are dwindling also because ranchers kill them as a threat to their livest... More »

Jaguars live in both the Amazon rain forest and the Atlantic rain forest. These two forests extend throughout South and Central America. However, jaguars also range free in North America, all the way up to parts of Arizo... More »

Sabertooth tigers appeared in North and South America around 2 million years ago. Sabertooth tigers had large fangs, and looked quite different from other large cats living around the world. Sabertooth tigers had stocky ... More »

Javan tigers became extinct mainly because their natural habitats were destroyed and cultivated for the benefit of a rapidly growing human population, according to About.com. They were hunted down and poisoned, and were ... More »

Jaguars primarily communicate through grunting, with the number, volume and tone of the grunts each having a different meaning. The number of grunts vary between seven and 12 depending on the sex of the jaguar and, if fe... 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 »

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Jaguars are a type of big cat belonging to the mammal kingdom. They are also carnivores. The scientific name of the jaguar is Panthera onca. More »

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