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Jaguars eat cows, frogs, turtles, deer, and fish.

Jaguars live in Brazil and Mexico.

Jaguars use their whiskers to feel, their ears to hear quiet sounds and their nose more than any sense.

Jaguars are 3 to five feet long, 100 to 250 pounds, and 28 to 32 inches tall.

Jaguar's sound is rrroarrr.

The unique thing about them is they look just like leopards but they are bigger.

Jaguars are the largest of the new cat family.

Jaguars can drop down from a tree into the water.

Jaguars like water because they like to catch fish.

Jaguar's predators are man and bigger cats.

Jaguars can camouflage themselves a little.

Jaguar's fur is popular because people use it for coats.

Jaguars can have 1 to 4 babies at a time.

Jaguars cannot eat people.

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