The Jaguar in North America

@article{Daggett1974TheJI,
  title={The Jaguar in North America},
  author={Pierre M. Daggett and Dale R. Henning},
  journal={American Antiquity},
  year={1974},
  volume={39},
  pages={465 - 469}
}
Abstract The occurrence of the jaguar in the arts and myths of North American cultures has been attributed to influence from Mesoamerica. A brief review of available zoogeographic and cultural data suggests greater integration between the physical and mythological presence of the jaguar in North America than previously thought. 
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