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  • Jennifer Roan

    This is Jazhara. Jazhara is a jaglion. The jaglions have a jaguar father and a lion mother. This is a beautiful creature, but I don't know how I feel about ppl breeding these animals!!

  • Isadora River

    this is jazhara. jazhara is a jaglion. the jaglions have a (black) jaguar father and a lion mother.

  • Samantha Paige

    Black Jaguar (Black Panther)

  • Derek Hartley

    #Jaglion #Bigcats -- #Jaglions are a #Hybrid cross between a male #Jaguar and a #Lioness

  • Melissa

    This is Jazhara. Jazhara is a jaglion. The jaglions have a jaguar father and a lion mother. He is beautiful, but I wish people would stop cross breeding this big cats because a lot of times it causes health issues for the cat.

  • KJ Giardino

    The Jaglions have a Jaguar father and a Lion mother, and the offspring are quite stunning.

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