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One of two jaguar cubs born at the San Diego Zoo on April 27 sits on a scale. The 12-day-old cub, which weighs 4.2 pounds (1.9 kg), is still too young to get on and off the scale on its own. The pair are the first jaguars born at the San Diego Zoo since 1989. Although these two young cubs may look adorable, females can grow to 70 pounds (32 kg) while males can reach 120 pounds (54 kg). Jaguars are the largest cats in the Western Hemisphere and the third largest of the world's cats.
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