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Cerrado jaguars from Pirineus.

credits: Leandro Vitorino from Bichos do Pirineus

TOP: Tyson cerrado male

BOTTOM: Marruá cerrado female ( 4 pics included )





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Canada Balam Offline
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NORTHERN PANTANAL: Solo (Ramsés)


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( This post was last modified: 10-14-2020, 02:19 PM by Dark Jaguar )

M.F. Flash male named by Panthera Brasil in Porto Jofre.


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Panthera Brasil: ''Thanks to tourism and research, we’ve been able to identify and follow some interesting individual jaguars. There is one large male jaguar, who we call M.F. Flash, which frequently prowls around our ranch headquarters. He earned his name the very first time we captured him on camera trap when he sprinted by so quickly that, when we showed the video to one of the cowboys, he exclaimed “Flash!”. We’ve since seen him on multiple cameras throughout the property.''


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Barranqueiro cerrado male.

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( This post was last modified: 10-17-2020, 06:39 PM by sanjay Edit Reason: Translated to english )

Доброго времени суток, любители ягуаров и дикой природы в целом. Меня давно мучает один вопрос. Как быстро может бежать ягуар? В Интернете пишут, что это может быть до 90 км в час, но я в это не верю. Мне кажется, что ягуар - один из худших бегунов в семействе кошачьих, пантеры. Для меня скорость - слабое место ягуара. Есть ли у кого-нибудь предложения по этой теме?

Translated to English:
Good day, lovers of jaguars and wildlife in general. I have been tormented by one question for a long time. How fast can a jaguar run? They write on the Internet that it can be up to 90 km per hour, but I don't believe in it. It seems to me that the jaguar is one of the worst runners in the feline family, the panther. For me, speed is the jaguar's weak point. Does anyone have any suggestions on this topic?
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@Pascal
Welcome to the community, We admire your passion for wildlife and understand that you want to communicate with this community, but Please communicate in English so that majority of the members here can understand and respond to you. Hope you will not mind and will respond positively.

Добро пожаловать в сообщество. Мы восхищаемся вашей страстью к дикой природе и понимаем, что вы хотите общаться с этим сообществом, но, пожалуйста, общайтесь на английском языке, чтобы большинство участников могли понять вас и ответить вам. Надеюсь, вы не будете возражать и ответите положительно.
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Canada Balam Offline
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(10-17-2020, 05:06 PM)Pascal Wrote: Доброго времени суток, любители ягуаров и дикой природы в целом. Меня давно мучает один вопрос. Как быстро может бежать ягуар? В Интернете пишут, что это может быть до 90 км в час, но я в это не верю. Мне кажется, что ягуар - один из худших бегунов в семействе кошачьих, пантеры. Для меня скорость - слабое место ягуара. Есть ли у кого-нибудь предложения по этой теме?
Jaguars are capable of fast sprints but not long chases. They can be fast in short burst but are not build for endurance, so in theory they can be fast but only for a short period of time. 

90 km seems like an exaggeration, my guess would be something closer to 65-70 km per hour at maximum velocity, similar to a tiger.
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"Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he is not, and a sense of humor was provided to console him for what he is."
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To me, some jaguars like Adriano and Gage have fairly recognizable faces, but Balam's face is extremely recognizable.
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Canada Balam Offline
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Balam has a very menacing look that's unmistakable. Adriano to me is unmistakably as well, he had a more imposing almost lion-like face.
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