craig is right, what you have pictured is a leopard (i think).
but there is a different animal called a jaguar (aka jaguar onca)
Jaguar vs. Leopard
The leopard is found across Africa, Asia, and the Amur region of Russia. Jaguars are found in all of south and central america, and in recent years, north to the U. S. border with Mexico in Texas, as well. The jaguar has a shorter, more stocky build than the leopard. Also, the jaguar tends to have larger rosettes with spots in the middle; the leopard has plain rosettes with no central spot in the middle. In addition, jaguars have a much broader forehead and wider jaw because they kill their prey differently than leopards. Unlike other big cats, jaguars kill prey by crushing the spinal column and must have a much stronger bite in order to do so. This means that the shape of their skull is unique among the cat species. As a result, they have the strongest bite-force of any member of the cat family--even stronger than lions and tigers.
The jaguar weighs twice as much on average than a leopard.
And that is your big cat lesson for the day.
-The Godfather of the Brotherhood.