Leopard Seals

Leopard seals are the best hunters. They can swim up to 25 mph across freezing waters and utilise their formidable jaws to catch prey. Leopard seals devour other seals.

Golden Eagles

Golden eagles and bald eagles share habitat, but they don't hunt each other. Golden eagles and bald eagles are both apex predators wherever they soar. They eat birds, small animals, reptiles, and amphibians.

Green Anaconda

A jaguar may prey on a baby anaconda or vice versa, despite being apex predators in the same habitat. These snakes aren't from North America or the U.S., but they've adapted to southern Florida's climate.

Komodo Dragons

Komodo dragons eat deer, water buffalo, snakes, and birds. The komodo dragon lives solely on five Indonesian islands. In Indonesia's Lesser Sunda Islands, the dragon is at the top of the food chain.

Jaguars 

Jaguars are South America's top predators. These big cats are nighttime ambush experts. Jaguars are pound-for-pound stronger than tigers and lions. Small but mighty.

 Grizzly Bears

The grizzly is the second largest carnivore on land. In the north, the grizzly bear and polar bear ranges overlap. The polar bear is almost entirely carnivorous, whereas the grizzly eats both meat and vegetation.

Polar Bears

Adults can reach 1700 pounds or more. Polar bears eat seals but may also eat baby walrus or dead whales. Polar bears inhabit Alaska, Canada, Russia, Greenland, and other northern islands.

Bald Eagles

They're sky kings with no predators. They may occasionally cross paths, but they don't hunt each other. Despite being opportunistic feeders, bald eagles prefer seafood.

Wolves

Top predators are wolves. Wolf wouldn't be the top predator against grizzly or polar bear. The wolf is the top predator otherwise. 20-plus wolf packs hunt. A wolf pack's social system is unique.

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