Nest guards, which can be found on the ground near the base of trees, are usually solitary creatures that are often the only sight in a jungle or on a mountain.
But now a species of giant, tree-climbing giant, or jaguar, has emerged in a part of the Amazon called the Serengeti, and it has a fearsome reputation.
The giant is a member of the family of giant clade-clans, which include jaguars and giant anteaters.
They were originally described in 1842 by German zoologist Johannes Krause.
They are still regarded as a threat to humans.
Jaguars are also found in parts of the southern United States, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Chile, and are the most common mammals in many of those countries.
The Serengets, however, are a protected area of Brazil, which has a population of about 20,000.
The Brazilian government has a plan to remove the giant from the Serendetes, but conservationists are trying to keep it in place.
Here’s how you can watch the jaguaran battle for survival.