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Impressive Jaguars
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This stocky looking male camera trapped in Belize was nick named "Big Daddy".

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This is Fantasma (meaning ghost), probably the most impressive male jaguar from the Pantanal I've seen.

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Here is another two pictures of fantasma.
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Impressive Central/Mesoamerican Jaguars
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jaguar of the yungas of Jujuy (image 1) and Salta (image 2) (Argentina).

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"Fera and Brutus taking a walk around Refúgio Ecológico Caiman. It’s not uncommon to see jaguar couples around here. We wish you all a great Sunday ! Photo: Cynthia Lebrão"
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Large jaguar called macho, from Sonora(mexico).
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Impressed with this Mexican jaguar's head size.
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Massive Pantanal jaguar
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Oaxaca jaguar
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capture for the first time a yaguareté in the Pilcomayo River National Park, in Formosa (Argentina).

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After 11 years without registration, the jaguar was registered in Formosa, it is a great male!
I'm really happy to see that there are still jaguars in Formosa
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the jaguars of Salta (Argentina) are really robust.

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