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jaguar

the leopard of the New World. A very large yellow cat with black spots, four or five spots being arranged around a central one in a rosette formation, a good swimmer and an avid predator, even a man-eater. Called also Panthera onca.
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From 2020, all new Jaguar Land Rover vehicles will be electrified giving customers more choice.
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