The Kratt brothers lead the group in search for a jaguar. During their search, they mention some facts about the animal. Jaguars camouflage and have prey such as spider monkeys, peccary, and rainforest deer. Since these prey are "Jaguar-spotting experts" to keep themselves out of danger, the group uses their help to eventually find a jaguar.
Chris transforms into a sloth to understand how it can hang for so long. The group's impression of sloths is that their lives are relaxing. While in his transformation, however, he is taken away by a harpy eagle and cannot avoid it because of the slow speed at which he is able to move. Chris briefly describes that sloths and harpy eagles have a predator-prey relationship.
At night, Dory tries to visit Marlin and Nemo in the sea anemone, but she is stung. When Marlin and Nemo go through the sea anemone, they aren't stung because they are clownfish, which have a symbiotic relationship with the sea anemone.
This clip discusses how trees "talk" to each other through underground symbiotic relationships called mycorrhiza. Their talks involve exchanging water and nutrients, and sending out chemical stress signals from threats.