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Is Jaguar capable of killing big crocodiles ?

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( This post was last modified: 10-29-2019, 07:36 AM by Pckts )

(10-29-2019, 07:27 AM)DinoFan83 Wrote: @Pckts 

That's precisely what I was referring to. Looking at weight, all those caiman seem to be of comparable weights (in fact, looking at the video of the third caiman, it seems significantly lighter). 100 kg is a big jaguar no? They are 55-95 kg, so a mean of 75 kg is good.

In the Northern Pantanal, 100kg is an average sized male Jaguar and really it's a smaller one when compared to most of the large males you see there. 
Even females there can get close to 100kg at their max, they are by far the largest Jaguars on earth and that is directly correlated to the fact that they have the richest density of Caiman. 
This is an absolutely massive Caiman here


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