Jaguars have unusually large, round heads and short legs and a beautiful coat dotted with dark rosettes and spots. They have an extremely powerful bite which helps them prey on almost anything they come across: more than 85 species have been recorded in their diet. Jaguars often live near water and are excellent swimmers – they’re able to cross large rivers.
Jaguars now occupy less than half of their historical range. They’re so elusive that we don’t know exactly how many are left in the wild. But we know that their numbers are declining.
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