What is a jaguar's diet?


The jaguar is an animal that is mainly carnivorous and is a solitary predator. They hunt capybara, peccary, deer, birds, baby crocodiles and fish. They are also known to attack livestock in areas where ranches have replaced the natural habitat.
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Jaguars are carnivorous and eat medium to large sized prey such as deer and peccaries.
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