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Copy of jaguar
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habitat /food chain interactions
-jaguars live in rainforests they live in central and south America mostly in the amazon basin.
-jaguars are good swimmers unlike other big cats.
food chain interactions
-humans are the jaguars only predators.
-the jaguar is a carnivore.
-jaguars mainly eat fish, turtles, alligator like animals, deer, and tapirs
general info about the jaguar
general information about the jaguar
-the jaguars genus name is panthera, and its species name is panthera onca.
-the jaguar has some very distinct physical features, the jaguar is a large cat with a big head and a large body. jaguars have a yellowish colored fur coat, its special features are the black rings along its body.
-the jaguar reproduces using sexual reproduction having 2-3 cubs.
-the jaguar defends itself like any other cat with its teeth and claws.
-the jaguar is a solitary animal.
-once jaguars are born the female becomes very territorial and will not allow the male to stay in her territory. the mother does take care of its young until they are about 1 or 2 years old.
-jaguars do not have one lifetime mate.
-they are warm blooded animals.
-jaguars do not migrate or hibernate.
-jaguars are endangered because of deforestation and poaching.
-humans reduce their habitat size by cutting down rainforest for farmland and killing them for their unique fur.
-their population size is estimated to be between 8,000 and 16,000
-during the 1960s and 1970s about 18000 jaguars were killed each year for their fur.
-some programs helping jaguars are "Yaguara"through this organization people can donate and find out how they can help. there is also something called the jaguar corridor initiative, some areas in the jaguars habitat will be protected so jaguars can roam around safely.