Jaguarundi looks like a little cougar, only much more friendly.
Jaguarundis lead a daily life.
Seeing such a cat somewhere in the grass in the forest, one might think that this is a cougar baby. The jaguarundi is about the size of a normal domestic cat, but much longer and more flexible.
These cats are brown and bright red, they were even previously divided into two separate species.
Interestingly, the mini-cougar is completely picky about food.
Sometimes in Panama, jaguars work with local monkeys, they hunt together on banana and fig plantations. Monkeys gather fruits from trees, and cats pick up everything that has fallen on the ground.
It is not easy to recognize from the voice of the Jaguarundi. These animals can make a wide variety of sounds, from the usual moaning to the hissing and chirping of birds.
Jaguars are of no value to hunters, but their population in the United States is rapidly declining as the forests in which these animals live disappear.