What Eats Jaguars?


Interestingly, the anaconda, a large, non-venomous boa native to South America, is alone in being the only natural predator that can prey on jaguars.
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Jaguars are very big cats with spotted fur. It is in the class of Mammalia and the P onca specie. It looks like a leopard but is larger. They are located in Mexico, Paraguay and Argentina
It eats Snakes, Rodents,Caimans, Rats, Badgers, Monkeys, Birds, Fish,and any thing else it can hunt down. It is also part of the feline cat family! Like all wild cats, Jaguars are
The jaguar has no natural predators. It is one of the 4 roaring cats. ChaCha!
American bullfrogs are not picky eaters. Their stomach content has been studied since 1913, and has been found to contain any animal the bullfrog can overpower and fit in it's mouth
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Jaguar is the predator at the top of the food chain; it has few natural predators other than man.
Jaguars are apex predators, so no other animal hunts them for a food source. However, scavengers may eat the body of a jaguar that has already died. You can find more information here: http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/jaguar.htm
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