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Jaguar Predation

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Jaguar with feral piglet kill in Fazenda Barranco Alto, Pantanal





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Fera female with Capybara kill

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Recent footage of a female killing a large caiman:





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Juru looking massive, enjoying a caiman kill

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Hog on the menu


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''Armadillo predated by Teorema female! we saw Teorema the night before and on the following day we found the carcass of armadillo that she was feeding on.''


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Jaguar w/Dog Kill
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We came across a dead caiman and Julio took a closer look. I think he wanted to check whether it had died of natural causes, it transpired that a Jaguar was the culprit- there were twio holes in the skull where the Jaguar had bitten down into the Caiman's brain, killing it. It had also eaten the stomach area but left the limbs intact.


We found a nice sandbar and sat in the river together to cool off while we ate our sandwiches. As we bathed we had an odd sensation on our skin as fish nibbled at us, picking of any dead skin. Sharing the water with us was also a caiman further along the sandbar. I tried to sneak up on it with my underwater camera but it wasn’t having any of it. Southern Caracara and Black Vultures waited hopefully for any scraps, but they were sorely disappointed.


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Jaguar hunting and killing a baby caiman.

I can't find caiman until this jaguar grabbed a caiman. I was amazed how animals can easily see this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtP-esoEgRI



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