Jaguar (noun)

  1. A large wild cat found mainly in Central and South America, the jaguar has a yellow-brown coat with black spots, and is an apex predator in its ecosystem.
  2. A big wild feline found mainly in Central and South America, characterized by its yellow-brown coat with black spots, and is a top predator in its habitat.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from portuguese jaguar, from tupi yaguára.

Examples:

  1. The jaguar is an apex predator, hunting deer and peccaries.
  2. The jaguar is an elusive and powerful animal.
  3. The jaguar's coat pattern is unique and helps it camouflage in the jungle.
  4. The jaguar is an important cultural symbol in many South American cultures.
  5. The jaguar population is threatened by habitat loss and hunting.
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