Paradise Wildlife Park announces birth of baby black jaguar too cute to care for twin site

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Paradise Wildlife Park has announced that a jaguar born at the zoo has become a mother.

Keira was born at Broxbourne Zoo in 2017.

She has since moved to Paradise’s sister charity, The Big Cat Sanctuary, in Kent.

The two animal charities revealed this morning (Monday, May 24) that Keira has given birth to an adorable baby.

His beautiful little black jaguar was born on April 6 to his father Neron.

The rare cub has been examined by vets and is happy and healthy and has been confirmed as a girl.

She is very well looked after by mom and the animal care team.

Paradise Wildlife Park and The Big Cat Sanctuary both shared an adorable video of the baby.

In the video, The Big Cat Sanctuary says she has a “fiery personality,” but is also a big fan of the hustle and bustle.

Keira turns out to be a super mom, in fact she has been described as a “superstar”.

The caption reads: “There are two very different sides to our beautiful newborn baby.

“There is the side with a lot of attitude that is not afraid of anything or anyone!

“And the playful and silly side that won’t leave Mom alone!”

She is growing very well and gaining weight every day.

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Black jaguars – often called black panthers – are very rare.

They are melanistic jaguars, one in 10 of which are naturally black in the wild.

Melanism in jaguars is inherited from a dominant gene, which leads to the production of dark melanin in the coat.

Little Neron’s daddy is also a black jaguar.

The Big Cat Sanctuary has promised to keep its followers updated on her progress as she grows up!



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