This National Geographic website is full of fun facts and information about jaguars. Jaguars are very good swimmers and are known to swim across the panama canal -this was one of the many interesting facts listed on the page.
The Jaguars are added to the endangered list and we have to help them. This is a website telling us how people out there are helping the endangered Jaguar. It also has a video full of information on how the amount of Jaguars have decreased and how we can help.
This is an amazing National Geographic video of a Jaguar in the rainforest. It informs you of many things such as where it spends most of its day, how it hunts its prey, and its mating life. Jaguars love to hunt for fish, such as catfish, shown in this video. It also goes into depth about more cats in the cat family such as, tigers and mountain lions.
Did you know Jaguars and Lions are in the same family? Or that all big cats are carnivores (meat eaters)? This is a fun online quiz that shows you just how much you know about the Cat family! Good luck!
Jaguars are found in North, South, and Central America. They eat fish, capybaras, and deer. This means that they are carnivores because they only eat meat. This is a website that provides you facts all about Jaguars. It tells you what habitat it enjoys living in, where it lives, what it eats, etc. There are also many pictures of this amazing creature. It also presents many fun, "did you know?" facts!