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ANIMAL INVESTIGATORS, How the World's First Wildlife Forensics Lab Is Solving Crimes and Saving Endangered Species
By Laurel A. Neme, PhD

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Jaguars: Did You Know...
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Fun Facts About Jaguars

Here you'll find a variety of fun and interesting facts about rare and endangered animals. We hope you enjoy learning about them and sharing it with your friends. It is through awareness and education that each of us can make a difference. Please visit my Take Action! page for information on what you can do to help wildlife.



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A jaguar’s jaw is larger and more powerful than a leopard’s.
 
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The size of a jaguar’s territory depends on food availability.  Where food is plentiful, such as a forest, a jaguar can survive in a circular area of about there miles in diameter.  When food is scarce, it may need to roam over an area of 200 square miles.
 
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One jaguar tagged by a biologist was next seen 500 miles away in a new hunting location.
 
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Although jaguars have the reputation as man-eaters, there are numerous stories about men being followed for miles through the forest by solitary jaguars, giving credence to the theory that jaguars prefer to escort men off their territory rather than attack them.
 
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Amazonian Indians tell of jaguars emerging from the forest to play with village children.
 
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The jaguar is the only big cat that does not roar.
 
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