what are some biotic factors for a jaguar living in the amzon rainforest?

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    All the other animals, including insects, bacteria, birds, lizards, mammals, etc., and all the plants.

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    A biotic factor is the relationships and interactions between a living organism and its ecosystem. The jaguar, as top predator, is an important biotic factor to Amazonian Rainforest ecosystems. These big cats regulate the numbers of smaller creatures residing in certain areas of the forest. Their hunting patterns can affect all other wildlife in an ecosystem, including plant diversity levels. Research projects to further investigate the elusive jaguar lifestyle and the effects on ecology are in process.

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