Jaguars have been spotted in the mountains of extreme southeastern Arizona.
Formally, California, Arizona, and New Mexico.Now only seen rarely in Arizona.
From Arizona south through South America.
They live scattered throughout Latin America But in the USA they live in southeast Arizona and southwest New Mexico.
Jaguars live on the forest floor
Jaguars live in savannas in the jungle.
Yes jaguars live in the jungle.
Yes, but all of them were hunted down. Today's jaguars live on the forests and jungles of western Mexico, Central and south America.
jaguars live in the amazon rain forest
Yes, there are a few jaguars in extreme southeastern Arizona and extreme southwestern New Mexico.
Jaguars are found in very remote areas of the rain forests in Central and South America. There are also some jaguars that live in Texas, the Cerro Colorado mountains in Arizona, and in New Mexico. They like wet, lowland areas.
Yes jaguars do live in the south American jungle.
No, jaguars are strictly animals of the Americas. They do not live in Australia.
Jaguars live in the jungle in Central america By Reagan!
Africa jaguars live for about 20 years
Jaguars are jungle cats and cheetahs live on the savannah.
No. Bears are not where jaguars live.
Yes there are Jaguars in Florida
Yes, in recent years jaguars have been reported in extreme southern Arizona.
No. Jaguars do not live in Australia, which is the only place where koalas live.
This article about jaguars (See links below) has a map showing where jaguars live now and where they lived in the past.
The jaguars preferred habitats are usually swamps and wooded regions, but jaguars also live in scrublands and deserts.
Um, jaguars, my friend.
Yes. Jaguars are the only big felines to live in the Americas
jaguars live in the amazon rain forest because of there camouflage