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Jaguar Predation

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Carapaces of turtles predated by Jaguars, they predate all king of turtles including the largest ones the Sea Turtles, their bite force is incredible.
Taken from the book Great Cats John Seidensticker and Susan Lumpkin

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Peccary skull found on one of the eco trails in San Miguelito Ranch in Bolivia, sure evidence of the sheer power of the Jaguar k9 teeth that killed the wild pig in one bite as the skull is punctured
Credit to @jaguar_conservation_ranch

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A male Jaguar tried to hunt an anteater. Giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) equipped with 4 inch claws is a dangerous opponent. In this video, it defended itself, mauled Jaguar a bit and chased it way.
^ Video: https://embed.theguardian.com/embed/video/environment/video/2017/feb/21/giant-anteater-and-jaguar-in-rare-battle-camera-trap-video
When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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Jaguar Predation on a Cougar
Miguel Delai
Record made in a blend of ours in the municipality of jucimeira in the lake of the softly lake, a painted jaguar predou a brown, the the and the neck were crushed.

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Paulo Barreiros
Jaguar 

Pantanal, Brazil 
https://www.pantanalrainforests.com/

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When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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This guy is The Boss! Juru is a young dominant male jaguar in the northern Pantanal and he was quite the showman one day last September! Chasing vultures. Swimming. Resting. Then grabbing a caiman for his lunch, and mock killing it again. And dragging it out of the water and into a dense thicket.....glaring at the vultures the entire time! 


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I think Jaguars are the only predators who hunt and eat another deadly predators regularly. Very Impressive.
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Figure 2. Dead female Morelet’s crocodile preyed by a jaguar: A) Triangle shaped wound a few centimetres below the right
forelimb, B) Right hand chewed, C) Lethal bite of the jaguar a few centimetres from the skull and D) Multiple abrasions of the
skin in the ventral part of the body.



https://www.researchgate.net/publication...ion_Mexico
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(05-05-2019, 10:54 PM)Sully Wrote:
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https://www.researchgate.net/publication...ion_Mexico

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The image is not visible to me... Can anyone else see it?
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@Rishi how about now?
"When the tiger stalks the jungle like the lowering clouds of a thunderstorm, the leopard moves as silently as mist drifting on a dawn wind." -Indian proverb
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@Sully 

Now the post is visible.
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Jaguar preys on Capybara 
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Is there any picture of a jaguar eating a deer, like a brocket, whitetail or marsh deer?


Anyway, here is a jaguar with an armadillo 


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https://blog.nationalgeographic.org/2013...quigley-2/
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