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Intraspecific Conflicts - Jaguar [Captive]

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This thread is here so that we can study the behavior of Captive Jaguars conflicts. It is recommended to post images, videos and information when two or more captive jaguars in confrontation/fighting.
It is also request that write a conclusion note about the final outcome. You can describe their technique, agility, experience, size and many other factor which decide such outcomes.

This is not VS debate, rather we love to have a sensible study based on real facts.

For Wild Jaguars, visit this thread - https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-intrasp...aguar-wild
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Sub-adult Cerrado jaguar siblings, Xavante, Kyra, and Maya have a rumble during feeding time




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( This post was last modified: 01-19-2021, 10:30 PM by Balam )

Mating pair have an altercation in standing position


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( This post was last modified: 04-13-2021, 07:22 AM by Balam )

Youngsters competing to gain access of a pig carcass at IOP (min 5:07). Look at that muscle definition, they look as if carved by Michelangelo, so stunning:




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