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Jaguar, a keystone species
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The jaguar is an apex predator: at the top of the food chain, it is not preyed on in the wild. This formidable feline plays a crucial role: it maintains the balance of its ecosystem in particular when hunting herbivorous mammals, with an essential impact on its habitat. So it is considered a keystone species. It is also an umbrella species: protecting it is protecting the fauna and flora that surround it.
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