Perfect for imaginative fun, Schleich's jaguar makes an ideal playtime companion for small children. This highly detailed Schleich figure can also become part of a wider figure collection.
Jaguars spend most of their lives alone and only really associate with each other when they're ready to breed. Their powerful jaws enable them to hunt large prey like deer, but they'll also eat frogs, mice, birds or fish.
Jaguars can run very fast but they don't have much endurance and rarely chase prey for very long. Their coats are orange-yellow with dark rings, known as rosettes, which enclose smaller spots, and spots on their heads and necks.