What Is The National Animal of Brazil?
Jaguar Is The National Animal of Brazil. Its scientific name is Panthera Onca. It belongs to the family of Felidae and class of Mammalia.
This solid and well-muscled animal is the largest cat in the New World and the largest carnivorous mammal in Central and South America.
It’s weights are normally in the range of 55–96 kg (123–211 lb). The Brazil animal jaguar is lonely and global although it is an expert tree climber.