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The jaguar is the largest cat in the Americas. Its muscular, compact frame is built for strength and stealth rather than extended pursuit. A jaguar’s jaws can crush the skulls of small mammals and can even pierce turtle shells. For larger prey, it pounces, bringing down the victim by wrenching the head with a swipe of its wide paw.

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  • Title: JAGUAR
  • Creator: AMNH
  • Location: Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals at the American Museum of Natural History

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