The breeding time for Jaguars varies from place to place. The most northern Jaguars in New Mexico and Mexico are said to breed during January. As for the southern population, there seems to be no fixed breeding season. The gestation period tends to be between 95 and 105 days. Upon birth the mother may have anywhere from 1-4 cubs. Though a pair of cubs is most common. It is the mother's job to nurse them and teach her cubs how to survive. The cubs usually spend 11/2-2 years before severing the mother-cub connection and venturing out onto their own. The father plays no part in the upbringing of his offspring.


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