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They are solitary animals except in their times of breeding and rearing.

 

The jaguar is the largest cat in South America and the third largest in the world, after the tiger and the lion. It is the animal that is on top of the food chain in its range and can live in habitats as diverse as the Amazon rain forest and even in the dry steppes of southern South America. In nature it feeds from a variety of live prey, from fish to large mammals and even small alligators. It is also known to have the strongest jaws in the group of the cats.

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