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Oncas (jaguars) are excellent swimmers and manage to cross large rivers. When it gets too hot for them, they like to take a cool dip and sometimes stay chest-deep in the water for hours.
Jaguar (Panthera Onca)
Typical forest inhabitant, often found near water.
Jaguars are "Near Threatened" according to the Red List of the IUCN.
The total population of jaguars is currently estimated at around 60,000 animals (2018).
References: WWF, Wikipedia, IUCNredlist.org
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