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Photos: The L.A. Zoo Opens A New Jaguar Exhibit
The L.A. Zoo has a new jaguar habitat, home to three of the exotic cats.
The L.A. Zoo has some new residents—Koala, Stewie and Johar. Stewie and Johar are a male and female jaguar couple, and Koala is an adult male, according to City News Service.
The new 7,100-square-foot habitat contains a waterfall and pool, deadwood and ficus trees, banana plants and tall grasses. Visitors to the zoo can see the trio via two glass viewing areas.
Jaguars are a "near threatened" species, most often found in Mexico, Guatemala, Argentina and Brazil. They are third largest cat species on Earth. They like to swim and have a strong bite. The jaguar is also the national animal of Guyana.
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