Not So Fast
Jaguar takes down a capybara in the Pantanal region of Brazil. Capybara are the largest living rodents in the world. They are native to South America and they are related to guinea pigs, chinchillas and coypu. These giant rodents will inhabit any dense forest or savannah close to a body of water as they are considered semi-aquatic. Capybara typically weigh between 44 - 80kg (97 - 176lbs), stand up to 62cm (24in) tall and grow to a max length of 1. 34m (4ft 4in). This jaguar couldn't give a flying phoenix about any of that, she's just looking to chow down.