Abiotic factors are things like non-living habitat and weather, so I’d say that the climate has a huge effect on the lives of jaguars, and any living thing, in the amazon rainforest. The constant temperature and high humidity are something that that particular animal is adapted to. It also relies on animals for food that are likely to be very sensitive to the climate there.
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