Ocelots are carnivores and have great adaptations to eat rabbits, fish, frogs, birds, monkeys, and more. They have pointed fangs and sharp back teeth. Their teeth aren’t made for chewing, but for killing and tearing. So instead of chewing their food, they’ll just rip pieces off and swallow the pieces whole.1 In turn, predators to the ocelot are big cats, snakes like anacondas, and harpy eagles.