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Jaguar vs Leopard

  
  
  

                         Jaguar              vs              Leopard

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Recently this has been the most requested wild animal fight. This is most likey due to the fact that these animals share such a close resemblance to each other. The two animals can be distinguished by their rosettes: the rosettes on a jaguar's coat are larger, fewer in number, usually darker, and have thicker lines and small spots in the middle that the leopard lacks. Leopards are usually longer, while the Jaguar is stockier. Jaguars also have rounder heads and shorter, stockier limbs compared to leopards.

The Leopard is an agile predator that lives in sub-Saharan Africa. It can ambush large prey such as Eland but mostly dines on smaller prey items like baboons. Their killing style is similiar to other large cats usually looking to attack the throat of its victims. Leopards are adept at climbing trees, although not as much so as the Jaguar.

The Jaguar is the apex predator of South America. It lives in and out of the Jungle and kills prey weighing up to 800lbs. Pound for Pound the Jaguar is the strongest of all the Big Cats. It can drag prey many times its weight into trees to eat. They have developed jaws that are much stronger than the other big cats and employ a unique killing technique, it bites directly through the skull of prey between the ears to deliver a fatal blow to the brain.

Although the Leopard is a formidable opponent, the Jaguar is just too strong and will win this fight everytime!

Comments

Finally, an interesting fight!! 
 
 
 
The rest of these forums are getting gay! 
 
 
 
The jaguar will definitely win because like you said it is "pound-for-pound stronger" and that's what will help it prevail in this battle. Because these cats are similar in many ways, so it would come down to size and strength, and the jaguar holds that over the leopard.
Posted @ Thursday, July 16, 2009 2:39 AM by Kenny
I can't believe this fight is even considered, its a true mismatch.  
The leopard would just climb a tree avoiding the conflict with the much stronger feline. The jaguar would destroy the leopard just like the lion does with it. Jaguar wins 9/10 times.
Posted @ Saturday, July 25, 2009 2:14 PM by Gianmario
The jaguar can be calm and nice but if someone or something comes by it the jaguar can jump up and turn on its vicious mode! 
Posted @ Monday, August 10, 2009 2:33 PM by Savannah
THIS ISN'T EVEN A FIGHT!!! 
 
 
 
The bigger pussy will win!
Posted @ Saturday, August 15, 2009 12:40 AM by Frankie
Yeah exactly, what is this fight doin on here? 
 
It's a JAGUAR and a leopard, that's not fair! 
 
 
 
Why not a Leopard and a Cheetah or something? That would b a better fight than this!
Posted @ Monday, August 17, 2009 5:43 PM by Damon Walker
Jaguar wins. That's all I have to say about this lol.
Posted @ Wednesday, August 19, 2009 3:19 AM by Brad
this fight is a white wash jaguar wins the leopard fight vs cheetah one would b a miss match to the leopard would porn i say cougar vs leopard like the one i left in the white shark vs orca one plus the other animals that would b deemed fair to an extend too many miss matches
Posted @ Wednesday, August 19, 2009 5:03 AM by billy bob joe
They should post a leopard vs a puma, these cats are evenly matched with the puma being sligthly bigger about 5-25 pounds heavier.Leopard vs cheetah leopard wud win. a cheetah cant even go up against a young hyena they are just built for speed
Posted @ Friday, August 21, 2009 3:50 PM by zeroman
cheetahs r not fighters! Whoever said they r is retarded. And there is no point in arguing over an animal fight, that's the gayest thing I could think of. It is really, really gay to be on this site, I wish this jerkoff nvr made this bitch!!!!!! I'm only on it to inform everyone that THIS is GAY!!
Posted @ Monday, August 24, 2009 6:01 PM by The Fucking Exterminator
Oh come on people, there is one creature none of you have mentioned that would pulverize any animal discussed on this website.....the one and only Chuck Norris.
Posted @ Monday, August 31, 2009 3:05 PM by Tom
I say Jaguar. They have the weight advantage but I doubt they'd even fight. Plus they would never meet in the wild.
Posted @ Monday, September 14, 2009 6:21 PM by Dark_Wolfxoxo
Um, Damon Walker, I don't think that will be much of a fight man. cheetahs have a very weak build in comparison, not just to other cats, but to other mammals in total. They can chase down prey; however, in a head on fight, a leopard would destroy a cheetah. Cheetahs have blunt, non-retractable claws, weak jaws, and small teeth. The cheetah is a poor example of the feline strength. It has speed, but not strength. It can kill a baboon, but usually, cheetah brothers prefer to hunt in groups of two to four, for extreme safety and assurance of getting kills. Jaguar would crush the skull of a leopard with it's powerful jaws. Many people on here neglected to acknowledge how powerful the jaws of a jaguar are. Their killing methods are different from other cats. They just bite right into the skull and crush it.
Posted @ Wednesday, September 30, 2009 11:45 PM by MrAlien
I forgot to add a few points after revising this from a couple of weeks ago. Jaguars have a more compact build than a leopard, and have one of the strongest jaws of any big cat alogn with their total body strength, to match. They can piece the armor plating of caimans and armadillos. Leopards only have a bite that can match that of a wolf (700PSI).
Posted @ Thursday, October 08, 2009 11:56 PM by MrAlien
Compact build or not the leopard would pawn the jaguar.
Posted @ Monday, October 12, 2009 3:11 PM by The Chipmunk
You must be kidding me, right? Jaguars have a much stronger bite, stronger muscle fibers, and is the strongest cat, pound for pound. The jaguar is also heavier. The leopard would kill the jaguar. Please look up more about the jaguar. You're arguing with someone who's been doing research and studying Carnivorans for years. The jaguar will go directly for the leopard’s skull, not the jugular like most other big cats. The jaguar will crush it with it’s powerful jaws.
Posted @ Monday, October 12, 2009 7:48 PM by MrAlien123456
I am sorry, I meant to say "The jaguar would kill the leopard."
Posted @ Monday, October 12, 2009 7:50 PM by MrAlien123456
friends, no use of mentioning jaguar's jaws . it's paws are enough to kill a leopard . jaguar has less stamina but 1 blow is enough to keep a leopard down .this fight can be compared to lion vs goat .
Posted @ Thursday, October 29, 2009 6:34 AM by Arpan Sharma
Arpan Sharma: Well, I don't think the battle will be that easy, he-he. Unless of course, you're talking about a Markhor goat, which can weigh 300lbs+ or the Rocky Mountain Goat, which can weigh up to 500lbs. 
 
 
 
The leopard is still more agile than the jaguar, which is an advantage, so the lose/win ratio would be an 8-9/10, in the favor of the jaguar. 
 
Posted @ Friday, October 30, 2009 12:01 AM by MrAlien123456
the jaguar is professional climber~ 
so, when they meet in battle field~ 
the jaguar can easily win if there a tree near there 
Posted @ Saturday, October 31, 2009 12:07 PM by StarScream
StarScream: Despite me thinking the jaguar will overwhelm the leopard 8-9/10, the leopard is still a very good climber, and is more agile than the jaguar, so if it were in the trees, the results would heighten for the leopard. However, the jaguar still has a 6-7/10 win ratio against a leopard in the trees. The leopard is a more efficient climber than a jaguar.
Posted @ Saturday, October 31, 2009 12:12 PM by MrAlien123456
I'll give it to the leopard, they weigh almost the same on average and live in harsher conditions, the leopard is far more experienced when it comes to conflict unlike the jaguar who avoid fighting much. 
 
 
 
A leopard who competes with lions and hyenas and nile crocodiles will most likely outmatch the jaguar who isn't used to much conflict with anyone. 
 
 
 
The leopard's also more agile than the jaguar the only real advantage the jaguar has is bite force and strength and even that is not by a huge ammount.
Posted @ Sunday, November 01, 2009 2:24 PM by Relish
Relish, Jaguars don't get into much conflict? You mean killing `12 foot logn caimans and 30 foot logn anacondas is not conflict?
Posted @ Sunday, November 01, 2009 2:33 PM by MrAlien123456
Please, I would go with the leopard for a safe guess. Yes, it's true that a jaguar has brute strength. The leopard has the advantage though, with agility on its side. And seriously, OTTERS can kill anacondas and caimans!
Posted @ Sunday, November 01, 2009 4:48 PM by Luke Beall
The leopard is also more used to fighting than the jaguar. The jaguar doesn't have competition like the leopard does, and wouldn't see the leopard as prey. In fact, don't you think the jaguar would be kind of puzzled to see a large predator like itself wanting to fight? 
Posted @ Sunday, November 01, 2009 4:59 PM by Luke Beall
LOL, not 12 foot long caimans or 30 foot long anacondas. And I think you're thinking of the Giant river otters, who've been noted to consider piranhas as a delicacy. Mustelids are strong animals for their size, but I'm pretty sure even a giant 5 ft long river otter couldn't kill a 12 ft long caiman.
Posted @ Sunday, November 01, 2009 5:01 PM by MrAlien123456
Well actually, leopards are quite timid animals. Single hyenas have been known to scare them off of their kills, even male leopards. Jaguars are more aggressive than leopards. Also, jaguars are not just stronger than leopards, but also have much stronger jaws than a leopard. Jaguars go for the head, not the throat, unlike other big cats. They crush the skull of the animal with their jaws.
Posted @ Sunday, November 01, 2009 5:04 PM by MrAlien123456
jaguar wins all the time the lepard can be killed by babons iv witnessed it when i was in africa studeing them. when i was studeing jaguars they were mitey hunters and killers one aproched me. i shot my gun off in the sky and it did not scare him.it was a scarry time but i would defend myself if he would of attacted but he turnd and walked off when i back away slowly giving him lots of room to move away
Posted @ Monday, November 09, 2009 5:13 PM by brady brooks
jaguar wins all the time. were the jaguar lives hes the king so he backs down to nothing he has no threets. iff he meat a lepard it would be like another jaguar invading his taritory just not as big and not as strong. leaperds can defend them selfs but a jaguar is a killer i dont care iff he dosint have alout of fighting exsperiancs he knows how to kill
Posted @ Wednesday, November 11, 2009 6:11 PM by socom
plus that jaguar has a bit force of 1 800 pounds one bite to the leaperds skull its don
Posted @ Sunday, November 22, 2009 7:56 PM by socom
The jaguar is pound for pound the world's most powerful cat. No cat less than a lion or a tiger would stand a snowball's chance in a volcano against a jaguar. 
 
Better fights: jaguar vs gorilla / leopard vs cougar.
Posted @ Saturday, December 19, 2009 5:12 AM by Toby Ross
Jaguar will surely win in a conflict between a Leopard.Leopard is more agile and aggressive but the Jaguar's strength is more than enough to kill a Leopard.
Posted @ Monday, December 28, 2009 1:45 AM by aravindlal
I must admit, both the leopard and the jaguar have advantages over one another, but nobody can say that one of them would win EVERY TIME, as it says in the stupid description. Animal fights are very unpredictible. The fight could go either way, but the animals are more likely to mate, or (if the same gender)fend eachother off.
Posted @ Friday, January 01, 2010 8:29 PM by Luke Beall
Well, Luke, let's compare: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Advantages a leopard has: 
 
 
 
- Agility 
 
- Speed 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Advantages a jaguar has: 
 
 
 
- Strength 
 
- Bite force 
 
- Bones 
 
- Muscle mass 
 
- Aggression 
 
- Larger on average 
 
Posted @ Saturday, January 02, 2010 11:38 AM by MrAlien123456
I disagree with what many are saying here. Pound for pound, the jaguar is the strongest living cat. He also has thew strongest bite of any cat. The jaguar is the only cat that kills by biting into the skull of his victim.  
 
But, the jaguar's strength has not slowed him down. I see no evidence that a jaguar is slower than a leopard.  
 
This fight belongs to the jaguar.
Posted @ Sunday, January 03, 2010 4:52 AM by Toby Ross
I find it interesting that the leopards closest relative is the lion, while the jaguars nearest relative is the tiger. This of course, has no bearing on this face-off. I would put the big cats in this order as to who is the better fighter. 
 
 
 
#1- tiger 
 
#2- lion 
 
#3- jaguar 
 
#4- puma / leopard.
Posted @ Tuesday, January 12, 2010 7:34 AM by Toby Ross
Very correct Toby, but I don't think Mr. Animalia, the one who calls himself "The Famous Cat Fanatic" really knew the evolutionary relations of his favorite animal, but actually Toby, the cougar is not a big cat. It's more closely related to smaller felids. It belongs in the subfamily Felinae, while big cats, including both clouded leopard species, and the snow leopard, are in the subfamily Pantherinae. 
 
 
 
Ironically, in Big Cat Diaries, the consider the cheetah a big cat, when in fact, it’s closest living relative is the serval, and the cheetah is also another felid included in the subfamily Felinae. Felinae was the most diverse subfamily of felids. The closest relative of the cougar is Jaguarundi, being that both felid species are in the same genus.  
 
 
 
The tiger was suspected to be the first species in the genus Panthera, first coming around 3-4 million years ago. Then, eventually the jaguar branched off from the tiger, and eventually the lion, then the leopard, and then the snow leopard. The snow leopard is on debate as a species of Panthera. Some scientists think the snow leopard is part of that genus, while some think it should belong in it’s own genus; Uncia. I think it should stay in the same genus as the others, because it looks a lot more like a leopard, than a Jaguarundi resembles a cougar ,and yet that animal is in the same genus. Clouded leopards are branched into two species, and are not considered part of the Pantheria genus, and instead, classified in the genus as Neofelis. There’s two species of clouded leopard. 
 
 
 
Posted @ Wednesday, January 13, 2010 5:42 PM by MrAlien123456
I say that the jaguar will win due to my research a jaguar has better strength and bite force while leopards have speed and can climb up trees both have agression. don't get me wrong i love both jaguar and leopard. I also love cheetahs
Posted @ Thursday, January 21, 2010 4:04 PM by Gabi
even though one is stronger, it does not mean the outcome will always be in his favor, there are exceptions, and things can change. I do agree the jaguar would win 7/10. But, it's like saying the boxer with the hardest punch is always going to win, that's not true, other factors need to come into play, not just brute force
Posted @ Thursday, January 21, 2010 6:08 PM by matt
as much as I love leopards and they are amazing animals that have even been known to attack and kill gorillas, i have to say that this is an unfair fight and that the jaguar would win by a landslide. it is far stronger and larger, and has a bite force to rival that of a great white shark.
Posted @ Wednesday, January 27, 2010 2:09 AM by djetanis
I may like the leopard more but ya i guess i have to admitt that the jaguar has the most powerful bite force of any big cat. But i think it would be a good fight for sure. Get 1 of each animal out of the wild that weigh 200lbs each and it would be an amazing fight. Oh and can someone please explain to me why some people think that the jaguar could kill a lion and tiger? Cuz thats totally fucked?! A lion and tiger would tear a jaguar apart! Right.
Posted @ Saturday, January 30, 2010 10:39 PM by lion man
Depends on the lion or tiger, lion man. If it's a lioness, it's possible. The largest jaguars have been recorded over 300lbs, but they average at about 180lbs. The average lioness is about 300lbs, but also, the jaguar has now been thought by many experts to be the strongest big cat, pound for pound. So it could go either way, depending on the ion or tiger. Some lion and tiger species only average about 300-350 for males. The smallest tiger subspecies averages about 250lbs, for males (Sumatran tiger).
Posted @ Saturday, January 30, 2010 11:12 PM by MrAlien123456
???
Posted @ Monday, July 19, 2010 7:52 PM by Taylor
First of all, the leopard would win, it's the more skilled and more experienced fighter, it's taller, faster, more agile, more aggressive, and pound for pound it's actually stronger, It's the leopard that can haul many times its weight up trees and is actually more adept to climbing trees than jaguars, they are the most skilled tree climbers amongst genus big cats, the leopard averages 200 lbs. and the jaguar averages 250 lbs.
Posted @ Monday, July 19, 2010 7:57 PM by Taylor
i think the jaguar would definateley win this, even though leopards are aggressive animals.  
 
And when it comes to a jaguar/leopard fighting a lion, it all comes down to gender. Unless its a mother defending its cubs, males are more aggressive and powerful. So i think a male jaguar/leopard would hold its own against a lioness but would have no chance against a male lion. check out the website for confirmation.
Posted @ Friday, July 30, 2010 12:25 PM by kuruun
this is the website: 
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INOflR-UeWo
Posted @ Friday, July 30, 2010 12:27 PM by kuruun
If a lone lioness was feeding on a carcass, neither leopard nor jaguar could take her kill from her. But, she could take a kill from either of the big spotted cats.
Posted @ Monday, August 02, 2010 6:50 PM by Toby
Actually size doesn't not matter here though I do support the jaguar to come out on top most of the time. 
If the leopard can get a good grip around the jaguar's neck then the fight is done. 
There are several records of leopards killing young tigers and lions by using the throat hold technique, there is even a video on youtube with a lone leopard standing up to several lions including an adult male. 
But my best guess is that those lions were probably not all that interested in killing the leopard.
Posted @ Tuesday, August 17, 2010 6:26 PM by Larry
Leopard VS Jaguar-  
 
 
 
The Jaguar obviously pound for pound has the strongest bite force of all big cats and kills through biting the skull. The leopard has agility, aggressive behaviour and a skilled fighter with both cats being great tree climbers. If there was a face off It would be a great battle, 2 males weighing the same around 220 pounds could go either way. I have seen Jaguars jumping in to water and taking down large caimen without no fear and have seen leopards kill hyena and crocadiles and walk past male lion with a swagger so how do you decide. Each cat can kill prey weighing 400 pounds and more and drag them up trees, it all depends on the behaviour of the cat if the leopard is more aggressive he could win and the same with the jaguar. The jaguar and leopard are fantastic animals and large males of both species could stand up to a female lioness with no fear...
Posted @ Saturday, August 28, 2010 12:09 PM by James Elmer
"...and have seen leopards kill hyena..." 
 
 
 
Leopards killing hyena? I thought pound per pound the hyenas had the strongest bite, and mostly only male lions could kill them.  
 
 
 
Now that would be interesting, jaguar against hyena! 
 
 
 
From what you guys are saying, it seems it is 60-40 for the jaguar when factoring everything.
Posted @ Sunday, September 12, 2010 3:28 PM by Zed
Leopard has more fighting expirience and more aggresive then jaguar.On the other hand the jag has more power and bite force and heavier.Conclussion:If the 2 leopard and jaguar will fight and both are the same size,the leopard will win the fight.
Posted @ Friday, September 17, 2010 2:17 PM by aleksandrEL
The leopard will win... when pigs fly!
Posted @ Friday, September 17, 2010 2:49 PM by Toby
In the jungles of South America, the puma fears the jaguar. The puma is a subspecies of cougar. A cougar is bigger and stronger than a leopard. The jaguar fears no beast in South America. However, there was, until the 1960s, a beast in Mexico that the jaguar feared. The Mexican grizzly.
Posted @ Saturday, September 18, 2010 7:52 PM by Toby
The Jaguar meet sometime the Cougar,I would like to see that!  
 
Cougars can be almost as large as jaguars, but are less muscular and not as powerful; where their ranges overlap, the cougar tends to be smaller than average. The cougar is on average as heavy as the leopard. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cougar 
 
http://markgelbart.wordpress.com/2010/07/08/cougars-vs-jaguars 
Howard Quigley, did cite a case of a jaguar attacking and killing a cougar.
Posted @ Saturday, September 18, 2010 7:52 PM by Lazaruth
The Mexican grizzly became extinct bec. it competed against the jaguar for food.
Posted @ Monday, October 04, 2010 4:01 PM by Damon
pound for pound jaguar will win, but leopards are more agile they just climb trees but jaguars can climb trees i have a pet jaguar in my yard and his good climber you may think my pet is leopard but it is jaguar 
Posted @ Sunday, October 24, 2010 2:56 AM by albert
I am amazed by what i see here. Jaguar has more power/bite force and thus will win? Rediculous. You've never seen a smaller predator beat a larger one? Or a faster, smarter guy take out a bigger one? Is power the only determinant of victory?  
 
 
 
First you cannot look at how things play out in the wild. predators mostly avoid fighting, especially if they are solitary hunters. An injury could mean starvation. 
 
 
 
But let's consider the unlikely situation of "kill or be killed" 
 
 
 
You say "pound for pound" the jaquar is the most powerful of felines. You also say the jaquar is a more skilled tree climber than the leopard. CITATION NEEDED. 
 
 
 
Leopards are not only big cats which can decend a tree head first, they climb trees every day, i am going to call you on that nonsense of the jaguar being the better climber. It (the jaguar) certainly is the stronger swimmer though, if that makes you feel better. 
 
 
 
The Leopard has the advantage of being the more cunning, adaptable, skillful and agile of the two. 
 
And the jaguar has what? bulkier build and stronger bite, big whoop, oh and the swimming, let's not forget the swimming. 
 
 
 
I have seen footage of a loepard fighting off a tiger. much bigger and stonger and with a much bigger bite force. The leopard didn't kill the tiger but niether did the tiger kill the leopard. If a leopard can hold it's own against a tiger, then i think the statement that the Jaguar would win "every time" is full of sh*t. pardon my french. 
 
 
 
Speculating is fun, and honestly i don't know which way it would go, i think it would depend on several factors. sometimes leopards kill hyenas, sometimes hyenas kill leopards. my main aim here is give the people who say "jaguar wins hands down every time" a bit of a wake up call. there is no such thing in animal fighting. 
 
 
 
Leopards rule!
Posted @ Saturday, November 20, 2010 3:59 AM by leopard fan
Pumas fear jaguars. The puma is bigger and stronger than a leopard. The jaguar is the third mightiest big cat after the tiger and the lion. 
 
Go to: ultimatecarnivoran.yuku.com
Posted @ Saturday, November 20, 2010 8:36 AM by BrotherBear
@brotherbear 
 
 
 
Did you read a word I said?  
 
'you cannot look at how things play out in the wild. predators mostly avoid fighting, especially if they are solitary hunters. An injury could mean starvation.' 
 
 
 
and again with the might/power = victory. 
 
 
 
no one's arguing about which is the stronger cat, get it?  
 
Posted @ Sunday, November 21, 2010 2:23 AM by leopard fan
You are absolutely right, Leopard Fan. Animals normally avoid each other unless they have a good reason to fight. A jaguar is territorial. He would chase the leopard away from his turf. But, if the leopard stands his ground, there will be a fight.  
 
I would love for you to visit ultimatecarnivoran.yuku.com where we are discussing who is the ultimate carnivore / apex predator. Is it the LION, the TIGER, or the BROWN BEAR?
Posted @ Sunday, November 21, 2010 6:23 AM by BrotherBear
jaguar are swimmers and climbers but there no match for leopard when it comes climbing but the is more stronger and more stronger bite force my favorite animal figth cool 
Posted @ Monday, November 22, 2010 10:24 PM by albert
Jaguars and leopards are both 
 
good climbers. Leopard are more 
 
stalky than jaguar.Leopards are 
 
also have more balance and longer 
 
tail than jaguar. Jaguars have a 
 
stronger bite and is a better  
 
swimmer than leopard and the 
 
winner is nobody because jaguar 
 
and leopard never.Jagaurs lives in 
 
South America and North America 
 
and leopards lives in Africa and 
 
Asia. 
 
 
 
Posted @ Tuesday, December 07, 2010 8:37 PM by Div Patel
Let's not forget, this is also based on the prowess, and formidablest, of the individual cats, whether they be leopard, or jaguar! Just that variable alone can alter the outcome. Let's just say, it should come out in the favor of the jaguar, but there have been isolated cases where leopards have mauled lions to no end.......because of their speed, instinct for survival, and sheer agility!!!!!!
Posted @ Friday, December 10, 2010 11:39 AM by Baggs
i like animal:)
Posted @ Wednesday, February 02, 2011 10:33 AM by puma
I dunno guys, but I really think that they will just end up having sex. That's just me..  
 
 
 
A little about myself, I am gay, but I do think that animals like to inter-species mate..
Posted @ Wednesday, February 09, 2011 5:34 PM by Jayson
The leopard does'nt even stand a chance,it is like comparing a rat and a cat
Posted @ Sunday, February 20, 2011 9:30 PM by Stanliano
people should stop this shit with leopard vs cougar get over it cougar are not as big as leopard and all the claims of cougar vover 220 lbs are BS i have pics of hunters with leopards and 200 lbs leopard looks huge and another thing leopards arent as inferior to jags as most of u think i dont think dat the end result would end in a death the leopard would most likely lay on its back hissing and its paws ready to strike or they fight until the other submits
Posted @ Thursday, March 03, 2011 12:44 PM by Hakan
The jaguar will not be beat because they are the strongest animal
Posted @ Saturday, March 05, 2011 1:30 PM by Ki@n@
There is no way leopard will beat a jaguar, it is believed that a 300 pound jaguar will win in a fight vs a 400 pound male lion, jaguars have the strongest bite of all the big cats including much larger siberian tigers, jaguars are also way faster and better climbers than leopards, just compare their habitats.
Posted @ Friday, April 01, 2011 7:35 PM by jose
The Jaguar and Leopard are very similar and equal.It is more likely tht one is panther of South America and other is Panther of Africa. Infact there is a record of Male Leopard killing a adult Lion in Africa. So stop dreaming like Jaguar will win easily against leopard. This fight wud be very hard fight for both. 
 
regards
Posted @ Wednesday, April 06, 2011 6:55 AM by etio
Yes leopards and jaguars are very similar in size but jaguars are much stronger and faster, jaguar beats leopard 8 times out of 10 if the jaguar is sick lol
Posted @ Saturday, April 23, 2011 10:48 PM by marcus
Wow, this is still a fascinating topic after3 or so years. The Jag and the Leopard are very similar in so many ways, Probably even the same cat before the separation of continents, Yeah I Know I'm Leaping, however, the instincts of these two solitary tree climbing hunters cannot be overlooked. Probably because the jaguar has no other animals, other than humans, hunting or challenging it's survival, he's developed into the "One Leap Killer" that he is today, the word Jaguar means One Leap kill. as for endurance, his is phenomenal, I read someone say he doesn't have much endurance, well, the Jaguar takes down prey up to 800 pounds, and whatever he doesn't eat after the take down, will haul the rest of his meal. The Jaguar weight ranges between 200 -300 lbs, while the leopard ranges from 90 - 130 lbs. They are both AMAZING animals, however, the jaguar has muscle density over the leopard, which, means that the leopards only chance of living to hunt another day is to run like a Cheetah in the opposite direction at top speed, and even perhaps relocate to another Continent...lol, with that said, I love them Both!
Posted @ Wednesday, June 01, 2011 11:23 PM by Jag the Assassin
I study at "Temple College - Leopards being the mascot" In a fight the Jaguar is the victor. The Jaguar is faster and has a faster top speed, a better climber and is stronger. This doesn't necessarily state that the Jaguar will win 10-10 times. The Leopard is more agile and that is. The Leopard will avoid death by using acceleration and quickness in close quarters. Once it establishes a straight line path the Jaguar will win again. The more adaptable hunter being the Leopard. Overall the Jaguar wins in a head to head bout but the Leopard is the more widespread, adaptable, cunning, stealthy and smarter hunter.
Posted @ Sunday, July 03, 2011 5:22 AM by Hector
guys i don think u know a leopard that well ive seen it take on a full grown male lion without backin down a leopard has an extraordinary speed and agility even endurance yes a jaguar is strong but that wont matter much coz speed always wins its like comparing a raptor jet to an apache helicopter or silvester stallone to tommy jaa
Posted @ Tuesday, July 26, 2011 9:06 AM by leronza
i dont think you know a jaguar that well. there just as fast have you ever seen two jaguars fight its forochis. 
 
a leapord taking down a male lion is really rare preety mutch unherd of. i for one have never heard enney acount of were a leapord took down a full grown male lion iv herd of male leapords putting up a fight aganst a small femail. 
 
oh and when your leapord clashis with the jaguar dont forget the 1800 pound skull crushing bit the jaguar has. the secound strongest on land.
Posted @ Tuesday, July 26, 2011 5:39 PM by brady
no doubt that the jaguar would end up dragging the leopards dead carcass at the end. The jaguar is pound for pound the stronger of the two.and dont push away the notion that leopards and jaguars could have been the same species a while back.they have both developded their own weaponry to kill their large prey.the jaguar kills 300-400 pound tapir and even viscious caiman are not safe from its dreaded jaws.not to mention pumas,a small cat larger and stronger than the leopard. both leopards and jaguars are great tree climbers .it all comes down to the setting. if water is near the jaguar might swim away,if it is in the jungle the leopard will climb a tree,which does not make it safe.anyway the two would never meet.leopards are africa/asia natives whilejags arecentral and south american.
Posted @ Friday, August 05, 2011 9:18 AM by abdou
guys stop the swearing jag will win
Posted @ Friday, August 05, 2011 9:21 AM by abdou
Cage up all who commented about jags and leps. Then let a jag and lep in the cage and then see what all these a-holes have to say after they get their a--s torn up!
Posted @ Saturday, August 27, 2011 12:16 AM by darren
you guys are all ignorant it all depens on whoo is helthier....if they are bouth the same in helth then it would be a close match but the jaguar is larger so it has an advantege also it bite force is the second strongest of any mammal after the hyena meneing not even tigers can match up with that all of u are forgeting that like leopards jaguars can clib tress as easy as the leopards sooo the real question is can the jaguar live an survive in africa....it would be posible to reinruduce some jaguars to africa an see how they would sdeal an in asia..an lepoard to south america to see what would happend this would be intresting!!!
Posted @ Saturday, August 27, 2011 1:30 PM by Boster
Jaguar escapes and kills female female leopard at the zoo in Rio 
Posted on 09/08/2010 at 22h56m 
Daniel Brunet 
 
RIO - In 20 days the Foundation will point RioZoo which facilitated the escape of a jaguar female, on the morning of Feb. 2, in the Rio Zoo escape the cage, the cat of 8 years and over 90kg attacked and killed by biting the neck, a female African leopard 15 years (already old) and 45kg, Ancelmo Gois as reported in his column Monday. A commission created by the foundation investigate two possibilities: human error or closing the cage. 
 
- People who work there are very experienced. It seems that the door lock failed - the vet speculates Luiz Paulo Fedullo, technical director RioZoo. 
 
The murder occurred on a Monday, the day that the zoo is closed for maintenance. According Fedullo, the jaguar was fed and the attack was motivated by the instinct of a predator. 
 
- In other parts of the body had practically no injuries. The jaguar had eaten hours before, but it is two predators. If placed in the same space, they will attack each other to death - explained. 
 
The last similar case happened more than ten years when two monkeys were injured during a fight. The victim was the only species in the zoo. 
 
http://oglobo.globo.com/rio/mat/2010/08/09/onca-pintada-femea-foge-mata-femea-de-leopardo-no-zoologico-do-rio-917361395.asp 
* Note: A jaguar killed a lion in Mexico
Posted @ Monday, August 29, 2011 10:47 PM by José Cunha
im ignorant? i am the most intelligent person here. and yes that means im smarter than you,boster.
Posted @ Saturday, September 03, 2011 2:45 PM by mame
leopard is jaguar from africa....
Posted @ Monday, September 12, 2011 8:38 AM by bowiel
well u guys are just too darn cute with ur little website about cats, i love cats and u biys are just silly 
 
 
 
later ya'll
Posted @ Friday, September 30, 2011 11:45 AM by pussylver#1
You can tame leopards but for one reason you can't tame jaguars ;). That'll tell you whos more agressive and who's a badass. A figt... well I would say thats pretty stupid cause a jag won't hecitate to jump a leopard and a Leopard won't hecitate to run! 
 
Jaguars rule...!
Posted @ Monday, October 31, 2011 1:52 PM by MrLogic
big cats. 
1. tiger 
2. lion 
3. jaguar 
4. leopard  
5. cheetah  
 
out of these, Lion and Cheetah are unique cats. Cheetah scarified everything to attain speed. Lion gave away its power by being lazy and being a team player. this makes the lions slower.  
A Jaguar not only can kill a leopard like a fly, but it can actually kill a Lion. Jaguars are very fast and their forelimbs are 2ice as fast as a lion. Their claws a sharper than Lions and their jaws are stronger than Lions and their short neck is stronger than Lion and they can take the battle into a different dimension, and... 
 
But the best is Tiger
Posted @ Monday, November 28, 2011 9:52 PM by Niraj Shah
ako gusto ko manalo ang leopard
Posted @ Saturday, December 03, 2011 3:54 AM by rilan
In a fight between a leopard and a jaguar, the leopard wins for sure on trees or at night. The only case where a jaguar stand a chance to come on top is a fight in the water or a fight on open ground in the day. 
 
 
The reflex of a leopard is too much faster than a jaguar. Noting that when big cats fight, they would always "test" or strike with their claws first. In the case of a fight between a leopard and a jaguar, the leopard will always be the first to strike, razor shape claws(like multiple blades of chisel-shaped knifes) of the leopard will blind or tear the nerves of a jaguar and the jaguar will lose the strength to deliver any fatal bites.  
 
 
Although the jaguar might have a more powerful bite, "crushing the skull of it's viticm..." it would not be applicable for a fight between a leopard and a jaguar. In fights like this, it doesn't matter whose's bite is stronger nor who's heavier. The one that strikes the vital parts first wins. 
 
 
A single throat-bite from a leopard could puncture a jaguar (or any other animals) windpipe, causing it to lose all it's strength and die in seconds, The much more agile and swift leopard would most likely get to strike first. 
 
 
The leopard is known to be a much more stealthy, stalking, patience, cunning and intelligent animals as compared to a jaguar or any other predators. If a leopard and a jaguar shared the same enclosure or if they co-exist in the wild, there will be jaguars getting killed by leopards. But hardly any leopards will fall prey to jaguars. By the fact that they are much more alert and cautious. They would retreat up trees if they sense danger. Or if they are facing an unfavourable situation. 
 
 
Regarding "leopards are adept at climbing trees, although not as much so as the Jaguar. " this statement is completely false and not based on any valid grounds. Jaguars hardly climb trees, they are mostly on land near the water. Whereas for a leopard they spend most of their time on trees (eating, sleeping, mating).  
 
 
A leopard could get atop trees with height of 25 feet tree in seconds, being able leap from branch to branch proficiently, landing on every branch with precision, knowing every branch and the branches that could take it's weight. They are known to hunt squirrels and monkeys atop trees, a jaguar on the other hand, can never do that.  
 
 
Leopards are known to drag kills many times their own weights in their mouth up trees that are 20 feet tall vertically. This display of strength is never observed by a jaguar who would simply consume their prey on the ground because for a jaguar, there isn't much competition for them in the place they habitat, no one will steal their kill, it's not like there are packs of hyenas or prides of lions around, hence they don't have a need to. Jaguar climbs for leisure, leopards for survival. 
 
 
By the fact that leopards have been documented to carry dead weight up to 600 pounds up trees, whereas there are no such evidence of similar feats by jaguars, I find that it's appropriate to conclude that a leopard isn't a slight better weaker than a jaguar, 
In fact they are stronger than any other land animals (pound for pound). 
 
The leopard is the most ultimate climber, a far superior climber in speed and precision to even lighter and smaller climbers like the domestic cat, a monkey or a squirrel. 
 
 
Hence a fight with a leopard on tree top would mean suicide for a jaguar or any other animals, a leopard could win over a jaguar 10 times out of 10 fights on top of a tree. 
 
 
In a deliberate head-on clash between a leopard and a jaguar on ground, the leopard would lay it's back on the ground with it's claws pointing out guarding it's vital spots, and if the jaguar is foolish enough to take on the leopard, it will surely die.  
 
 
Having superior reflux and speed, The leopard would swipe it's claws blinding the jaguar, tearing it's muscles and bursting it's nerves. The jaguar will then be left with nothing to stop the leopard from delivering a fatal death-bite on it's throat. 
 
 
Fight on trees in the day: 10-0 (in favour of leopards) 
 
Fight on trees at night: 10-0 (in favour of leopards) 
 
Fight on land in the day: 6-4 (in favour of leopards) 
 
Fight in the water: 10-0 (in favour of jaguars) 
 
Fight on land at night: 9-1 (in favour of leopard)
Posted @ Sunday, December 04, 2011 12:26 AM by Emil
YO CASI NO LEI EL ARTICULO PERO ONESTAMENTE LOS LEOPARDO SON SUPER COMO DEMI LOVATO Y BELLA THORN Y EL JAGUAR APESTA COMO MILEY STUPIDICYRUS 
Y SENDAYA TORCOLMAN
Posted @ Monday, January 02, 2012 10:06 PM by CARMINA0299
CASI NO LEI EL ARTICULO Y ONESTAMENTE EL LEOPARDO ES SUPER COMO DEMI LOVATO Y BELLA THORN Y EL JAGUAR APESTA COMO MILEY STUPIDICYRUS 
Y SENDAYA COLEMAN
Posted @ Monday, January 02, 2012 10:14 PM by CARMINA0299
I know the jaguar could be bigger and stronger, but you never hear of them attacking people. The leopard is more swift, it can climb trees much better, and even though they look the same the leopard has more stealth. I'm not saying that a jaguar wouldn't be a good match for a leopard. But come on, none of you have voted for leopards. Now listen to this over 14,000 leopards have killed lions and tigers!!! And you know how the lion has the nickname ''king of the jungle'', they don't even live in jungles. So that makes either tigers or leopards be that name. Jaguars may have stronger jaws then leopards, but leopards would probably make the first attack,then the jaguar would swing around to try to bite it, but the leopard wouldn't be their. The leopard would quickly climb up a tree and wait. Then when the jaguar isn't looking it would jump down and bite it again in the same place. After that the jaguar would finally be on to him. But then the leopard would hide ones more. Then come out to get the jaguar again. The jaguar would not see the leopard, and because of that the leopard would make the fatal bite. 
 
 
 
So their you have it leopard wins, and the jaguar is the loser. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(In case you don't believe me I am an animal scientist!!!) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LEOPARDS, LEOPARDS, LEOPARDS
Posted @ Friday, January 20, 2012 8:04 PM by Nick
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070418061245AA99gMU I favor the Jaguar as he is bigger, LB for LB stronger, and has a stockier build
Posted @ Sunday, January 22, 2012 11:02 PM by Jam Saw
The Leopard are definitely pound for pound stronger than the Jaguar
Posted @ Sunday, January 22, 2012 11:32 PM by @ Jam Saw
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Posted @ Monday, January 23, 2012 5:52 PM by
i hate this 
Posted @ Sunday, January 29, 2012 2:15 PM by ange
Ok for whoever thinks a leopard even has a chas your wrong and they do still have other large preditors that they have had to fight. In north america the jaguar is rare but it shares territory with the black bear and couger. Plus they kill andacondas and crocodiles as a rare pray. The jaguar is the strongest of the big cats and not even a lion has a good shot at beating it. The only other cat that beat a jaguar and not even all the time would be a tiger because there body structures are alike. A lion is big but they really are not as strong as they look. And I also read a comment that a jaguar is barely stronger than a leopard. Get your facts strait or don't comment.a leopard can't even drag off a meal that weighs more than it does. Which is why they don't go for large pray to often. Unlike a jaguar which can kill a 800 pound cow and drag it off and even pull it up into a tree to eat in peace. And a jaguar also has a jaw strength of 2000 pounds per square inch while a leopard is lucky if it can pull off 750 pounds per square inch.
Posted @ Tuesday, January 31, 2012 1:10 PM by calen
And ps to the retard that said that they were a animal scientist. Shut up. If you were what you said you were you would know the proper term of animal biologist or a zoologist.  
 
And by the way I am a big cat zoologist so don't even try to argue with me because I doubt you even know how many years of collage it takes to become a zoologist. So don't act like you know what your talking about.
Posted @ Tuesday, January 31, 2012 1:20 PM by caleb
And by the way the comment above that says by calen was supposed to say by caleb. I'm using a smart phone so I hit the n instead of the b
Posted @ Wednesday, February 01, 2012 5:12 PM by caleb
Nada que ver amigo la agilidad es la que mata y ademas el leopardo puede trepar mas arriba de lo que un jaguar el jaguar no puede ser el animal mas fuerte si sabemos que el león tiene mas fuerza que cualquier otro felino yo vi (soy zoologo) en el parque nacional de ethosha que se peleaban si el leopardo cuando estaba en tierra sus patas traseras hirieron al jaguar y se fue como si nada el leopardo es el mas fuerte si quieres mas informacion hablame por facebook es Josu Vega hay un chico ahi es mi hijo pero no te desanimes algunas informaciones que hiciste son verdad (muy pocas)
Posted @ Wednesday, February 08, 2012 12:12 PM by Josue
I want to know who would win b/n a great white shark & a salt water crocodile
Posted @ Thursday, March 01, 2012 6:24 AM by dave
Well most people would think that this is a tough one. But the winner almost every time would be the great white shark. The salt water crock and great white do share the same territory at times. But the great white is to fast for the crock and has a much bigger mouth. Bouth animals have extreme jaw pressures and could take chunks out of each other. The crock does have extremely tough skin on the top but softer skin on there underbelly. It wouldn't stop the sharks bite at all. The crock only has about a 5% chance of beating the great white. Neither animal would fight eachother in a normal situation though. Because even though the shark would win it could be easily wounded and could die if the wound was baf enough
Posted @ Thursday, March 01, 2012 11:22 AM by caleb
In your opinionif a mountain lion and a african lion were to fight who would win?
Posted @ Friday, March 09, 2012 3:27 PM by Joan
the jaguar are strong and the leopard is fast but what maters is the strong one 
Posted @ Wednesday, March 14, 2012 10:25 PM by erick
Jaguar, pff. Wait till you see a Smilodon Populator, the biggest cat. Unlike other Felines, it's stockier and extremely well built, it isn't as fast nor was it as agile. But this beast would crush a Jaguar in seconds.
Posted @ Monday, April 09, 2012 1:58 PM by Justin
You do realise that the smileadon is the direct ancestor of the jaguar. And that the smileadons 2 long teeth were what originally forced it to evolve and go into extinction. It couldn't open its mouth all the way so the only pray it could kill were pray that it could jump onto so it can sink its two long teeth into its preys throat which is how it kills its pray. So actually the jaguar could likely win. All it has to do is outspped the smileadon which would be pritte easy for it
Posted @ Monday, April 09, 2012 4:32 PM by caleb
You do realise that the smileadon is the direct ancestor of the jaguar. And that the smileadons 2 long teeth were what originally forced it to evolve and go into extinction. It couldn't open its mouth all the way so the only pray it could kill were pray that it could jump onto so it can sink its two long teeth into its preys throat which is how it kills its pray. So actually the jaguar could likely win. All it has to do is outspped the smileadon which would be pritte easy for it
Posted @ Monday, April 09, 2012 4:50 PM by caleb
Jaguar is the 3rd biggest cat. Leopard is the 4th biggest cat.  
even though Jaguar is much smaller than tiger and lions, 1st and 2nd biggest cats respectively, Jaguars are much heavily built than any other cats. its bite force is 3 times more than anyother cats. 
 
it can not only beat leopard. it can take on Lion and leopard together and rip them in pieces. 
 
the only big cat that can fight Jaguar would be a Tiger. 
 
5 leopard tag team might have a chance to beat the Jaguar
Posted @ Friday, April 20, 2012 3:36 AM by Niraj Shah
Like some comments above said, it's impossible to predict which cat would win in a fight, as predators of nearly the same size fighting always comes with unpredictable results. I will have to say I favour the Leopard overall; they are wise, calculative, experienced killers who live in a generally harsher environments than the Jaguar. A single Leopard has fought four Lionesses at one time, and come out of it alright. Experience and wisdom wins.
Posted @ Wednesday, June 20, 2012 10:09 PM by Leo
Im 10 for peetsakes.And i know that a leopard will takedown jaguar anytime,anywhere and any day
Posted @ Tuesday, July 10, 2012 4:43 PM by Blake
Oh by the way caleb if u think a jaguar could takedown a leopard u are so wrong.You might be a zoologist but I know a leopard would defintly beat a jaguar.A 10 year old knows this stuff
Posted @ Wednesday, July 11, 2012 12:08 PM by Blake
I want to become a vet when i grow up i have been studying animals and there habitats my whole life and even though i think animal fighting is wrong in many ways its still cool to watch how animals use there stregth speed and any other cool things in battle this battle i suppose the jaguar would win this fight knowing its stronger i dont know if its faster but it has a 65 percent chance of winnning the leopard on the other hand it has a 45 chance of winning it is more agile the the jaguar but its less strong
Posted @ Thursday, July 26, 2012 8:14 PM by jaemen
What a sick site this is! I mean, it is really disgusting.
Posted @ Monday, July 30, 2012 11:14 AM by J Brotman
photo  
Posted @ Monday, July 30, 2012 11:48 AM by aziz
Jaeman stop typing if u think a jaguar,a jaguar can beat a leopard. For PEETSAKES a leopard lives in Africa do u know how much competion the leopard has.Its not like a jaguar has packs of hyena or a pride of lions trying 2 take it kill.And Im 10.
Posted @ Monday, August 13, 2012 10:31 AM by Blake
Leopard cat vs raccoon. Ocelot vs margay. Ocelot vs wolf. Leopard cat vs wolf. Serval vs raccoon. Ocelot vs racccoon. margay vs raccoon.
Posted @ Monday, August 27, 2012 6:49 PM by Gianfranco Passafiume
whos bigger doesnt always matter. My pitbull weighs 55lbs and would have no problem killing an animal 3 or 4 times heavier. He might be able to jag or lep!
Posted @ Thursday, September 13, 2012 10:46 PM by pitbull
The people who thinks a jaguar will win,JUST STOP TYPING.The leoard will win,sheesh whats wrong with u guys.Jaguar shmaguar,but wouldn't it be cool to see them mate.LEOPARDS,LEOPARDS,LEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEOPARDS.
Posted @ Monday, September 24, 2012 5:12 AM by Blake
jaguars win!
Posted @ Thursday, October 18, 2012 6:20 AM by the jaguar
jaguars win!
Posted @ Thursday, October 18, 2012 5:39 PM by the jaguar
Im tired of the pound for pound bullshit! If either makes a mistake it dies or will run away, that fucking simple. Pound for pound pound for pound pound for pound. You make me puke.
Posted @ Saturday, October 27, 2012 1:19 AM by LatinJaguar81
OK. The people on this site who dont care about whitch animals gonna win. Dont even bother
Posted @ Saturday, November 17, 2012 9:32 AM by Blake
Leopards FTW.
Posted @ Monday, November 26, 2012 9:05 AM by Holly
WHEN I WAS A BABY IWAS BOUNDED ON A JAGUAR AND HAVE A DRINK BLOOD OF MILK FROM HER.I SURVIVD A FEW DAYS ON HER BODY THANKS TO THE JAGUAR I AM STIL ALLIVE.
Posted @ Wednesday, December 12, 2012 6:02 AM by roeland
Jaguar beats all except for tiger and lion
Posted @ Thursday, January 17, 2013 1:35 AM by Rexby the great
when i was a baby i was bounded on a jaguar.we were following to a group of wolfs and she was protect me whit her own life
Posted @ Thursday, January 17, 2013 9:00 AM by roeland
Someone way up more of the page was arguing for the leopard they said the leopard was strong as if not stronger than the jaguar, had better vision at night and day, had better reflexes and speed, and could climb trees alot better... I'd say it's safe to say the the jaguar is stronger as it weighs more and is bigger but you could be right about them being equal in strength or close, however they were completely wrong when they said leopards had better eyesight day and night I don't know about day but jaguars are mostly nocturnal hunters and have better eyesight at night, speed and reflexes I don't think they gave reason to why they thought this so I'm going to throw away that idea, as for climbing trees they were right but they said jaguars only did it leisurely true or not they aren't slow at it they are adept to it well... The matches they said were (this is in my opinion but same scenario)... 
 
In tree at night 
Jaguar 6-7 times out of 10 
 
In tree at day 
Leopard 7 times out of 10 
 
On land at night 
Jaguar 7 times out of 10 
 
On land at day 
Jaguar 5-6 times out of 10 
 
Water day or night 
Jaguar 9-10 times out of 10
Posted @ Monday, February 04, 2013 8:45 PM by Myself
i feel bad for that capybara 
Posted @ Friday, March 29, 2013 5:47 PM by amy
I remember a TV documentary (think it was PBS) stating "pound-per-pound" a leopard was the strongest cat. But, in a fatal conflict where puncture wounds are concerned, all other things being equal: experience, speed and cunning are more important than muscle size. Experience here means competing in Africa vs. enjoying the top-spot in the Americas. Although the photos and stats. may favor the Jag., if both were healthy, fair representatives of their species, and the fight had to occur in the wild. I'd rather be the leopard. I'd rather have the: benefit of competition, speed and agility than a muscular body and a good bite. I read that a gorilla's only natural predator is a leopard; if true, it certainly makes a case for a leopard's where-with-all.  
 
My college background is physiology and behavior,(particularly mammalian) and was certified to teach Biology. Some of you have far better credentials I'm sure.
Posted @ Monday, July 08, 2013 10:27 AM by Richard Drury
"I read that a gorilla's only natural predator is a leopard; if true, it certainly makes a case for a leopard's where-with-all." it's not true gorillas have no natural predators. If the leopard is pound for pound stronger than the jaguar it's not enough for it to be flat out stronger.
Posted @ Thursday, July 11, 2013 5:23 AM by Myself
well it would be a great fight but the jaguar would win. the leopard can substain its top speed longer but if a jaguar wanted to, it could run 64 mph ( although it preferes not to ) vs a leopard that can run 35-45 mph. and male jaguars can weigh up 350 lbs while male leopards can only weigh up to 220 lbs at most. but tree climbing goes to the leopard ( hands down ) because jaguars can climb trees but they cant get down as easy. but in the long run. the jaguar would win over a leopard
Posted @ Monday, September 02, 2013 1:26 AM by jbfalcon22
can you spik persian
Posted @ Wednesday, October 30, 2013 6:46 AM by parsa
jaguar would kill the leopard easy peasy
Posted @ Saturday, November 02, 2013 10:38 PM by nife
ok blake you are 10 you might think the leopard is strong but it really isn't. you need to realize that the leopard isn't built for strength. its built for speed. that is what its muscles are used for. they do not go after strong pray often because they cant take them down. a jaguar on the other hand is built for power and doesn't have quite the speed that the leopard does. its just about as fast but the leopard is a little faster. the jaguar is extremely strong. and if u think that it wouldn't win because it doesn't hunt large pray u are wrong. it hunts anacondas, capybara and even caimins which are a sub species of crocodile. the leopard doesn't have much of a chance against a jaguar. sorry to tell u.  
 
and to the question earlier the African lion would win against a mountain lion. the mountain lion isn't near the size of the African lion. there is a large weight factor that stops the mountain lion from having a chance. and they are solitary so are not used to fighting as much as a African lion.
Posted @ Sunday, November 03, 2013 1:03 AM by caleb
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYMGOUMwcBs 
 
Big male leopard 50/50
Posted @ Saturday, December 07, 2013 10:06 AM by Alexey
HA!Anyone who says a leopard can win are probaly biased. A jaguar is MUCH stronger than a leopard. and Ive studied jaguars since i was 6 and Its bite can rival the great whites and make the lions and leopards seem like s***. Ive heard from a comment that a leopard faced 3 lionesses? well a freaking male lion can't even go in the water, a croc can just have it for breakfast. A jaguar goes after caimans that can be huge and can eat anacondas. a leopard can be more agile and it actually IS a better climber. But there is no evidence that a leopard is faster, jaguars can top 50 mph.  
jaguar is left, leopard is right 
on land 10/0 
in trees 5/5 
in water 10/0 duh 
night on land 10/0 
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Posted @ Monday, May 26, 2014 9:00 PM by Hoyoun
Some guy above me said the jaguar almost never attacks humans and leopards don't. Unlike that guy, I don't falsely claim to be an animal scientist and I doubt that an animal scientist would act so immature by saying LEOPARDS LEOPARDS LEOPARDS. The jaguar never attacks humans as it has sufficent prey in its rainforest, the leopards prey is being killed off. get your facts straight "snimal scientist"
Posted @ Friday, August 01, 2014 2:56 PM by Hoyoun
All of this is hypothetical at best. One factor being overlooked in this scenario is the individual temperaments of each particular animal involved in the fight, which could easily be the decisive mitigating factor in determining the outcome
Posted @ Thursday, August 07, 2014 2:34 PM by J C GLADNEY
I love both these creatures, but with all do respect, my moneys on the Jaguar, any day. Leopards are incredibly powerful tho, Leopard vs Cougar would be more intersting
Posted @ Friday, October 24, 2014 9:41 PM by Lilliana Fox
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