The Stone Jaguar is a building located in Panama near Gold Hill.
The Stone Jaguar is a a large, empty stone jaguar with teeth and claws of soldi gold. It contains rows after rows of golden artifacts from nearly all precolombian civilization, as it was a sacred meeting post of the peoples of North and South America. As such, its style was Aztec while the masonry and writings were Maya, signifying the peoples' peaceful alliance.
Behind the scenesEdit
The Stone Jaguar appears in the 2001 story The Sharpie of the Culebra Cut.