The Jaguar is a large felid species native to South and North America is currently listed as near-threatened.
Reasons for near-threatened status - Habitat loss, habitat fragmentation, poaching, conflict with humans.
Conservation efforts - It's prohibited to trade Jaguar body parts and is the Jaguar also lives in national parks across the Americas.
Jaguar Facts -
Science Name: Panthera onca
Height: 68 - 75 cm
Length: 1.12 - 1.85 m
Weight: 56 - 96 kg
Native Locations: South America, North America
Lifespan: 12 - 15 years
Conservation status: Near Threatened (NT)
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