Jaguar (Panthera onca)

The name Jaguar comes from the South American Indian word “yaguara,” meaning “carnivore that overcomes prey with a single bound.” It is the third largest feline in the world, reaching up to 8 feet in length from nose to tail. The Jaguar’s range historically included parts of the southwestern U.S. but since the mid-1800’s, populations have been pushed south due to hunting, deforestation and development. There are only an estimated 1500 Jaguars left in the wild, most in Central America and northern South America where they have historically been tied closely to the mythology of the culture, even worshipped as gods. To learn more visit the portfolio page.

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    Jaguar Fine Art Print with Hanger
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    Jaguar Framed Print
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    Jaguar Framed & Mounted Print
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    Jaguar Greeting Card
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    Jaguar Hahnemühle German Etching Print
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    Jaguar Cushion
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    Jaguar Hahnemühle Photo Rag Print
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    Jaguar Canvas
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    Jaguar Framed Canvas
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    Jaguar Canvas Tote Bag
    Jaguar Notebook
    Jaguar Mug
    Jaguar Classic Postcard
    Jaguar Hardback Journal
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    Jaguar Coaster
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    Jaguar Tablet Cases
    Jaguar Sticker
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