Researchers in South America have observed two examples of never-before-seen alliances between rival male jaguars.
A newborn jaguar cub lived a mere two days before it died and — to the horror of its caretakers at Associação Mata Ciliar in Brazil — its mother gobbled it up.
Yo'oko, a male jaguar (Panthera onca) once known to roam the Huachuca Mountains in southern Arizona, was probably killed by a mountain lion hunter.
A first-time mother, a three-legged jaguar named Tanya, gave birth last week to a pair of cubs — the first cubs born in Argentina's Iberá National Park in decades.
A jaguar ambushes a giant jacare caiman high up on the Three Brothers River in the Pantanal in Mato Grosso, Brazil, on Sept. 26, 2017.
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