By: Luke Roepe
All About Jaguarundis
The jaguarundi is a wild cat found in Central and South America. They are predators and eat small rodents, rabbits, armadillos, opossums, quail, wild turkey, reptiles, frogs, and fish. It is a second level consumer. Right now they are endangered. They are endangered because of habitat destruction. They live in lowlands. Their kingdom is animalia, its phylum is chordata, its class is mammalia, its family is felidae, its genus is felinae, and its species is yaguarundi.
This jaguarundi is hunting for food. They are predators.
This jaguarundi is cooling off in some nice cool grass.
Baby jaguarundis look very similar to kittens.
An Interesting Fact About Jaguarundis
Interesting fact: Scientists say they have found a pact of jaguarundis located in Florida.