Jaguars and leopards are both large cats of the Panthera genus, however there are several differences between them. Jaguars are typically larger and stockier than leopards, with males weighing up to 250 pounds and measuring up to 7 feet long from nose to tail. Leopards, on the other hand, usually weigh up to 165 pounds and grow up to 6 feet long. Jaguars are usually orange to reddish brown with distinctive black spots, while leopards are usually yellowish in color with black spots that are usually smaller than the spots of a jaguar. Jaguars also have a much larger head in proportion to their body compared to leopards, and their tails are generally shorter. Jaguars are also found in Central and South America, while leopards are found in Africa and the Middle East.