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Intraspecific Conflicts - Jaguar [Wild]

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( This post was last modified: 07-15-2020, 08:22 PM by sanjay )

This thread is here so that we can study the behavior of Wild Jaguars conflicts. It is recommended to post images, videos and information when two or more wild jaguar 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.
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Felino fights Sombra after Sombra is caught mating with his mother:




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Juru Vs Hopkins, 2016

"This incident took place along the shore of the Cuiaba River. The young male jaguar in the shadows was still trying to seek out his own territory when he crossed paths with the older male. They tussled in the undergrowth for about five minutes. The older male finally decided to let the younger one be and came out of the undergrowth closer to the shore as you see him in this image. Eventually the older male left and so did the younger male. It was rather unfortunate that I did not actually see the confrontation clearly in the undergrowth but saw movement and heard growling sounds. This was the first time I've seen two male jaguars engaged in any sort of combat even if the event was rather brief."


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