How do Jaguars Hunt? Graphic Images and Video

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Jaguars, which are native to South and Central America and the Southwestern U.S., are one of the most powerful big cats in the world. They are excellent swimmers and amazing hunters who stalk a menu of 85 prey species, including turtles and caimans, which are South America’s answer to . Have a look at this Brazilian stalking a basking on a sandbar.

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

Jaguar stalking prey

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Margarita Steinhardt
Margarita Steinhardt

Incredible footage!

Susan Lee

Maybe they learned that from a wise old grandmother-Jaguar! 🙂

Julie Beddome

Incredimazing!!

LoveYourDNA
LoveYourDNA

Incredimazing!!

Ina Mitchell
Ina Mitchell

Doesn't surprise me. When my son was studying karate as a kid, his sensei was a Philly street kid (also a 5th degree black belt), who said: "Take out the head and the body will follow."

Johan Dalgas Frisch

Fabulous! Nobody in the world has taken such wonderful fotos

Jackson Basse

Waw Unbelievable

Susan Lee

Totally WOW!, I've known that jaguars are taught, mother-to-cubs to bite the heads of whatever they go for, but this was completely amazing!

Paul James Marto Jr.
Paul James Marto Jr.

Simply AWESOME…fantastic shots. Well done.

Nan Rosset
Nan Rosset

fantastic

Anne-Marie Safrounet

fantastic