Jaguar Mating In Brazil – BBC Earth


Thought to be solitary big cats, this footage shows jaguars mating and staying together for several weeks.
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Jaguar Mating in Brazil – BBC Earth
Get up close and personal with Jaguar’s in Brazil to see how they mate in the wild and pair up for several weeks after copulating. An eye opening clip from the ‘Wild Brazil’ programme.

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  1. I want a Spanish guitar player to follow me around playing this kind of music while I walk into a classy establishment looking for a date. Someone can have some butterflies on fishing line too, that'd be cool. And a narrator. "The male's search for a mate is over." Then I make eye contact with a woman. "The female is ready to mate." A butterfly grazes her cheek. "Suddenly an anaconda emerges."

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