National Geographic – Jaguar Attacks Crocodile
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[National Geographic – Jaguar Attacks Crocodile]
[Voice: Dr. Luke Dollar (National Geographic Explorer – Big Cats Initiative] Source: LYBIO.net
A Jaguar in water is actually not as unusual as you think it might be, they are certainly the most aquatic of all the big cats. In central Brazil here, this one is crossing the river looking for prey, it’s a big [hoss] of a male. Definitely an adult. Stalking along the bank. Now a Jaguar diet consists of upwards of 85 species, more than 85 species of different animal. They can take virtually any riparian vertebrae found in their habitat so anything along the rivers and in the rivers its potential prey out of them. Its on the menu. Walking along the river bank for a Jaguar is like us scanning a buffet line. That great camouflage coat is not a whole lot of good for this guy right now but instead he is depending on more on just stalking technique. He’s doing an excellent job stalking – your not seeing any splashing even though he is partially in water, probably can’t see the bottom, making sure the footing is good.
[Dr. Luke Dollar] Source: LYBIO.net
He’s on the – he’s on the bank here further on now. And all the way across the river there are two caimans that’s pretty laser-beam focus, if you ask me. Now, I thought from the left here this is the other caiman that we saw in the water cause there were two in the water before but no, there is one caiman on the bank and that’s the Jaguar. Swimming in. Not a lot in the way of splashes there, this guy is good. One, two! Boom! Teeth in! Now that’s gotta be in the brain case or at least disconnecting the central nervous system cause that caiman is no longer struggling, he’s no longer fighting. That’s a meal he’s taking away to have at his convenience.
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