N10-9, also called Jaguar Temple, rises in 9 tiers to about 65 ft. and on the north side is a wide stairway. On either side of the stairway at the base are masks of a jaguar with a protruding nose.
Also on this temple is a feature typical of Lamanai's distinctive architecture. At Lamanai a chambered building sets athwart the center stairs. It is easier to see this by viewing this drawing of the structure. At other sites this structure would be at the top of the temple.
This temple, which is the southern most at Lamanai, continued to be modified into the Postclasic period, until at least 1200 A.D.