The Mayans hunted a variety of animals using a wide assortment of methods. Blowguns killed monkeys, squirrels, quail, and partridge. Spiked pits and other dead fall traps were used to till tapis and armadillos. Both iguanas and turtles were trapped. Bows and arrows were used to kill manatees and crocodiles. White-tailed deer were snared and also they were hunted in drives led by packs of dogs. Macaws and quetzals were hunted for their feathers and the jaguar was hunted for its pelts.