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The jaguar is a unique animal Their size in length varys from 44-73 inches their tail is short and thick and is 18-30 inches long The weight in males varys from 125-250 lbs in females its 100-200 lbs The sexual maturity for a jaguar is 3 years They can mate at any time of the year but its non-seasonal in the tropicsand early autumn in extremes of range Gestation takes 93-110 days They can give birth to 1-4 cubs but they can only have cubs every other year The habit of the jaguar is usually solitary only getting together to mate during breeding season Their diet mainly consist of ground living mammals Some examples of these mammals are domestic stock fish frogs turtles small alligators pecarries turtle eggs tapir and deer When in captivity the jaguar can live up to 22 years The closest relative to the jaguar is the leopard The cubs of the jaguar are born with no father The father leaves the mother after they are through mating When they are born the cubs are blind and weigh from 25-32 ozs At two weeks once their eyes open They can begin to explore outside of the den At one month the cubs go go outside the den and follow their mother around When six months comes and the cubs have learned how to do things the way their mother does they begin to hunt with their mother At one year the cubs can now hunt for their own food Even though they can hunt for their own food they still stay with their mother for a few years before finding their own hunting territory By three years the cubs have learned enough to where they leave their mother to live on their own The jaguars characteristics are very interesting Jaguars like to stalk their prey by getting as close to it as possible without being noticed then they attack it They
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