Jaguars can vary in size. In general, weights are in the range of 56–96 kilograms (124–211 lb). Some large males have been recorded at 159 kilograms (350 lb). The length of the cat varies from 1.62–1.83 meters (5.3–6 ft), and its tail may add a further 75 centimeters (30 in). It stands about 67–76 centimeters (27–30 in) tall at the shoulders.
The jaguar is the largest species of wild cat that lives in the Americas. They measure at about 2.25-2.5 feet in height and anywhere from 5.5-8 feet long from the tip of their nose to the end of their tail. Depending on their size, their weight varies from 100-250 pounds. Here is their size relative to an average man:
A male jaguar weighs 150 lbs on average, but large males can weigh up to 250 lbs. From head to tail, the jaguar is about 6-8 ft long. The shoulder height of a jaguar is 2.5 ft tall for males, and 2.3 for females. Females average 120 lbs. Jaguars are the strongest wild cats in the world, with largest canines and bite forces about the strength of a polar bear’s jaw producing up to 2000 psi of force. That is even stronger than a polar bear’s bite.
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