The jaguar is an incredible hunter with the strongest jaw muscles out of any big cat and impeccable sight and smell. During attack they crush the skull of their prey instead of striking the neck like other wild cats because their mouth is more powerful. In the future with the rainforests becoming drier, the jaguars' unique fondness for water may prompt them to migrate further from the equator. Their ears could possibly grow larger to improve temperature regulation. Jaguars also may start eating fruit to consume more water and might grow smaller in size. Having better eyesight in the day could be an asset to enable them to hunt in daylight and the evening which would give them a greater chance of finding food. If their rosettes become fewer, brown and less prominent it might give them finer camouflage in the future climate.
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