Where is the jaguar situated within the food chain?

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The jaguar's food chain starts with the rain and the sun. These two combine to grow plants, which in turn feed the deer and capybaras, which are then eaten by the jaguar before it dies to return the nutrients to the soil and the cycle starts all over again.
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Jaguars are carnivorous and eat medium to large sized prey such as deer and peccaries. Jaguar is the predator at the top of the food chain; it has few natural predators other than man.
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