Jaguars have the strongest bite of any big cat: twice as strong as that of a lion.
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12 x 3,5 x 5,8 cm (W x D x H)
Jaguars have the strongest bite of any big cat: twice as strong as that of a lion. With it, jaguars can even crack open tortoise shells without any effort. It’s easy to tell jaguars apart from leopards, since they have spots in the middle of the flower-shaped markings on their coats.
Jaguars can consume up to 25 kg of meat at a single feeding.
- Scientific name : Panthera onca
- Global Home : South America, Central America
- Conservation Status : Near threatened
- Primary habitat : Subtropical Forest