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British pronunciation/d‍ʒˈæɡwɑː/
American pronunciation/ˈdʒæˌɡwɑɹ/

a large wild animal belonging to the cat family with a yellow fur covered with black spots, native to Central and South America

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jaguar definition and meaning

What is a "jaguar"?

The jaguar is a powerful big cat known for its striking appearance and remarkable hunting abilities. With its tawny coat covered in distinctive black spots called rosettes, the jaguar is the largest cat in the Americas and an apex predator in its natural habitat. Jaguars have a robust build, with strong jaws and sharp teeth used for capturing and killing prey. They are excellent swimmers and are known to inhabit a variety of ecosystems including rainforests, swamps, and grasslands in Central and South America. Jaguars are opportunistic hunters, known to prey on a wide range of animals such as deer, monkeys, caimans, and fish. They are also known for their elusive nature and are considered a symbol of strength and power in many indigenous cultures. However, jaguars face threats such as habitat loss and hunting, and conservation efforts are underway to protect their populations and ensure their survival in the wild.

Jaguars are apex predators, exerting control over their territory with stealth and strength.
Camouflaged among the foliage, the jaguar blended seamlessly into its lush surroundings.
The elusive jaguar is a master of ambush, patiently waiting for the perfect moment to strike.
With sleek muscles rippling beneath its spotted coat, the jaguar stalked its prey through the dense jungle.
Jaguars, with powerful jaws and keen senses, are top predators in the dense rainforests of South America.
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