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Video captured at an animal refuge in Mexico shows a black jaguar ominously stalking a man who had his back turned.

As the man turns around, the jaguar lunges at him!

But, as it turned out, the big cat just wanted to play and the "attack" ended with him getting and giving some kisses right on the mouth. 

The Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation posted the video to their Facebook page and it's exploded, racking up more than ten million views.

The irresistible clip shows the jaguar, named Kal-El after Superman's birth name, and the man play fighting and giving each other affectionate kisses.

According to its website, the Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation rescues and cares for big cats including jaguars, tigers, leopards, lynxes, lions, pumas and more from a life of abuse in circuses, zoos and breeders, both legal and illegal ones.

The man in the video was identified in reports as prominent animal rescuer named Eduardo Serio, who started the foundation. 

While we would not recommend trying to kiss a jaguar on the mouth, we would highly recommend that you watch this video!

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Here's another video of the very sweet jaguar.