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The jaguar lives in watery habitats such as the swampland and flooded forests of Mexico, Central America and northern South America. The jaguar is the third largest feline after the tiger and lion. Although most jaguars are spotted, some jaguars are black and informally knowns as black panthers. The jaguar is very muscular, and very good at climbing, crawling and swimming. Play the following videos to learn more about the jaguar.