In the forests of the Amazon live huge and strange animals that look like fairy-tale monsters. Now you will find out why this river gives birth to such creatures and who might be hiding in the deepest jungles. The third largest panther, which is second only to lions and tigers, but only in terms of rage and fighting skills. she can compete with them on equal terms among her relatives. What sets her apart is her Brutal style of hunting. The lioness usually strangles the victim, and tigers either cut off oxygen or break the neck and leg.
The Jaguar acts differently at the base of the skulls of the victims of these predators, they usually find traces of powerful bites that crush the cervical vertebrae, break the occipital bones and interrupt blood vessels The jaws of this cat are incredibly strong; their repertoire is one of those predators that can actually literally bite off the victim’s head. In addition, the Jaguar has very powerful paws that it can use with surgical precision; at the same time, the Jaguar is a careful, cunning and versatile fighter; it sets up ambushes in the densest thickets; it swims well and hunts in water.
climbs trees perfectly and can fall on a victim from a height of the second or third floor to solve the problem of its dinner with one blow. And this cat is braver than Wolverine, after all, it hunts not only herbivores, but even crocodiles, and in the enemy’s native element, right in the water, but why is this cat so cool the answer to this question This is at the same time an explanation of why the Amazon creates real monsters. For all its advantages, although it is one of the most effective predators of these places it is still not the only king of the jungle and all its advantages are needed by the cat just to survive in almost any other corner of the planet.
a Predator with the capabilities of a jaguar would become the Dominant species, but in the Amazon basin he is only one of many, for example, his manner of biting the back of the victim’s head was developed simply because the creatures that the Jaguar hunts are invulnerable to suffocation and are so powerful that it is almost impossible to break the neck in another way, extremely harsh living conditions forced the jaguar to become a more formidable hunter than a lion or a tiger.