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Jaguar Ambushes Basking Caiman in Brazil

Jaguar Ambushes Basking Caiman in Brazil

A jaguar on the hunt finds a caiman basking on the sand in Brazil. See how it all went down.
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from Nycflyangler wrote 11 weeks 16 hours ago

Guess he wanted a pair of shoes to go with his fur coat.

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from 3030shttr wrote 14 weeks 4 days ago

Outstanding photos, I had seen the short video to this too. I guess when you're at the top of the food chain and you want a little lizard for dinner, you have a little lizard for dinner!

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from jfk1110 wrote 15 weeks 1 day ago

Enlarge photos 1,3,4

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from jfk1110 wrote 15 weeks 1 day ago

Anyone notice the cats right eye. Looks damaged, actually destroyed to me.

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from LovesOutdoors wrote 32 weeks 17 hours ago

Justin Black, awesome photos!

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from LovesOutdoors wrote 32 weeks 17 hours ago

The name jaguar comes from the South American Indian word "yaguara." This means "a beast that kills its prey with one bound".

1. Largest big cat in South America.

2. Third largest big cat in the world behind the lion and tiger.

3. Unlike many other big cats, jaguars do not avoid water, and they are good swimmers.
It is normal for jaguars to use the water for an ambush like in the posted photos above.

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from 3030shttr wrote 14 weeks 4 days ago

Outstanding photos, I had seen the short video to this too. I guess when you're at the top of the food chain and you want a little lizard for dinner, you have a little lizard for dinner!

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from LovesOutdoors wrote 32 weeks 17 hours ago

The name jaguar comes from the South American Indian word "yaguara." This means "a beast that kills its prey with one bound".

1. Largest big cat in South America.

2. Third largest big cat in the world behind the lion and tiger.

3. Unlike many other big cats, jaguars do not avoid water, and they are good swimmers.
It is normal for jaguars to use the water for an ambush like in the posted photos above.

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from jfk1110 wrote 15 weeks 1 day ago

Enlarge photos 1,3,4

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from Nycflyangler wrote 11 weeks 16 hours ago

Guess he wanted a pair of shoes to go with his fur coat.

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from LovesOutdoors wrote 32 weeks 17 hours ago

Justin Black, awesome photos!

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from jfk1110 wrote 15 weeks 1 day ago

Anyone notice the cats right eye. Looks damaged, actually destroyed to me.

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