In what biome does a jaguar live?
Jaguars live in a wide variety of biomes - rainforests, scrub, grasslands, wetlands, savannas and even deserts.
Jaguars live in the tropical rainforests near the equator. They live mostly from Southern USA to the tip of South America. They tend to stay in rainforests, tropical forests, swamps, and grasslands of Central and South America
Jaguars are found in rain forests in the southern part of its range north to Central America. It is also found in pampas grasslands, and even deserts near the US border with Mexico.
The jaguar, Panthera Onca, is found from the arid regions of the U.S. border with Mexico, through rain forests of Central and South America. A very adaptable feline.
Jaguars are predominantly found in Rain Forests and dense forests of North & South America. They can be found in countries like Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Dcuador, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Paragua, Peru, USA, Venezuela etc. It was also present in El Salvador and Uruguay but is extinct now. Jaguars are found in good numbers in areas that are abundant in water supply like rivers and lakes. They prefer river banks and other water holes which may be frequented by its preferred prey species.