Brilliant Pictures – Jaguar vs Caiman

Some of the best – no THE best – Jaguar pictures I’ve ever seen. Thanks to Don Roberson for first letting me know about this and for Paul Donahue himself for letting me know they were online.


On August 25, photographer Paul Donahue got a call: A large male jaguar had been spotted on the hunt in central Brazil’s Tres Irmãos River.

Donahue, who tracks jaguar sightings for ecotourism operator Southwild in Mato Grasso (map), arrived at the scene to find an animal named Mick Jaguar hidden in thick grass, stalking a nearby group of caiman yacaré, a crocodile relative native to South America .

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One Comment on “Brilliant Pictures – Jaguar vs Caiman”

  1. I just caught that – Mick Jaguar….

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