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In one of the year’s best attacks caught on camera, we witness a jaguar, the master of the stealth attack, silently swim across a river and catch a caiman completely by surprise. In one swift move, it’s all over.
The Patanal Wetlands of Brazil are home to some of the most shocking animal attacks known to man, and this is one of the best ever filmed.
At first we see the jaguar swim across the river. The croc has no idea that danger is silently approaching.
The jaguar makes its kill by pouncing on its prey and delivering a powerful bite which pierces the brain by penetrating the temple bone.
The jaguar has an exceptionally powerful bite even as it is compared to other big cats. The bite through the skull of its prey, between the ears, ensures a fatal bite to the brain. Unlike alternately trying to go for the neck, windpipe or jugular, the ability to bite right through the skull gives the Jaguar an edge.
The wild cat then uses its great strength to effortlessly carry of the instantly-dead caiman off to its favorite dining spot.
The silent killer strikes again! The amazing jaguar, Panthera onca, is the only Panthera species found in the Americas and is the third-largest feline after the tiger and the lion by a close amount. Could the jaguar take on a lion or tiger? Like the tiger, the jaguar is largely a solitary, ambush predator that also likes water.
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