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    This Jaguar is a Real Catfish

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    Cats hate water? Wrong!

    This amphibious jaguar gave a brand new meaning to the word ‘catfish'.

    The jaguar is the third largest feline after the tiger and the lion. Jaguars live in the Americas and usually weight between 56 and 96 kg. They were entered into the Red List of Threatened Species.

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