The crocodiles and the jaguars are at constant war with each other.
And this is why I am still eagerly watching the price of Jaguars.
A month or two after I had written about them, Jaguars began to go down.
Guapo was resolved that the bats should not have him, nor the jaguars neither.
It was the opinion of Guapo that they need not, at least for a while, have any fear of jaguars.
When the first one fell the jaguars were not twenty paces behind him.
To prevent the increase of the jaguars then, a bounty is offered for their destruction.
There are jaguars in there, and boas—serpents ten yards in length.
It had been arranged that they should return for the skins of the two jaguars they had slain.
For the rest, it is much more akin to the tigers, jaguars, and true panthers.