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This video of a jaguar attacking a crocodile is mesmerizing National Geographic facebook screenshot

When a jaguar attacks, sometimes one bite is all it takes to capture its prey.

This National Geographic video of a jaguar taking down a caiman in Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands is fascinating.

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According to the narrator, the jaguar is the most aquatic cat and eats over 85 species of animal.

“Walking along the riverbank for a jaguar is like us scanning the buffet line,” narrates Luke Dollar.

After prowling along the riverbank, the big cat spots his prey. The jaguar swims stealthily over to the island where the crocodile sunbathes. He doesn’t make a single splash as he leaps out of the water, pouncing on the croc and taking him out with one fatal bite.

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Wow! A true predator at his best.

Kelly Hopper is a Chicago-based freelance writer who graduated from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio
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