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Yacare Caiman are common in the southern region of South America's Pantanal. Here a watchful female guards her riverine nest with extreme aggression, hissing and tall body posture are part of her defence. 📸 by Lawrence, with @privatelyguidedsafaris 
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Yacare Caiman are common in the southern region of South America's Pantanal. Here a watchful female guards her riverine nest with extreme aggression, hissing and tall body posture are part of her defence. 📸 by Lawrence, with @privatelyguidedsafaris #wildestamericas

Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Royal Ontario Museum Toronto - highly commended
@peteroneill22

Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Royal Ontario Museum Toronto - highly commended "behaviour in mammals category" The Bigger Bite - Chris Brunskill UK - Chris came across this jaguar which had come across a yacaré caiman #chrisbrunskill #photographeroftheyear #royalontariomuseum #ukphotographer #jaguar #yacarecaiman #tigerwithspots #mammals

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is a complete sell-out this weekend. Tickets get snapped up fast - we recommend being as speedy as this lightning-quick jaguar, photographed catching a yacaré caiman in @christianbrunskill's dramatic image, The Bigger Bite!

Click the bio link or head to www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy to book in advance and guarantee entry.

The jaguar had come across the yacaré caiman by chance – accidentally stepping on the reptile after a failed charge at a capybara. Without hesitation the jaguar pounced, overcoming its monstrously large prey in minutes. The yacaré caiman and jaguar are both top predators in the Pantanal Wetlands, and struggles like this are not unusual. Though excellent swimmers, jaguars tend to stalk or ambush their prey on the ground, subduing them with their formidable bite. After they have delivered their final blow, they will often drag carcasses to shelter to enjoy their meal in peace.

@nhm_wpy #WPY54 #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WPY #NaturePhotography #Wildlife #Nature #WildlifePhotography #Photography #Exhibition #PhotoOfTheDay #Instagood #Instanature #NaturalHistoryMuseum #Animals #AnimalPortraits #WildAnimals #Conservation #Photographer #PhotographyCompetition #Photography #Exhibition #LondonMuseum #PhotographyExhibition #PhotoExhibition #Jaguar #YacaréCaiman #Yacaré #Yacare #Caiman #YacareCaiman #BigCat #ChrisBrunskill
@ulan.nurhezer

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is a complete sell-out this weekend. Tickets get snapped up fast - we recommend being as speedy as this lightning-quick jaguar, photographed catching a yacaré caiman in @christianbrunskill's dramatic image, The Bigger Bite! Click the bio link or head to www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy to book in advance and guarantee entry. The jaguar had come across the yacaré caiman by chance – accidentally stepping on the reptile after a failed charge at a capybara. Without hesitation the jaguar pounced, overcoming its monstrously large prey in minutes. The yacaré caiman and jaguar are both top predators in the Pantanal Wetlands, and struggles like this are not unusual. Though excellent swimmers, jaguars tend to stalk or ambush their prey on the ground, subduing them with their formidable bite. After they have delivered their final blow, they will often drag carcasses to shelter to enjoy their meal in peace. @nhm wpy #wpy54 #wildlifephotographeroftheyear #wpy

An yacare caiman (Caiman yacare) in the Pantanal of Brazil. About 10 million individual yacare caimans exist within the Brazilian pantanal, representing what is quite possibly the largest single crocodilian population on Earth. 📸 by @lorenzfischer.photo 
#wildestamericas
@wildestamericas

An yacare caiman (Caiman yacare) in the Pantanal of Brazil. About 10 million individual yacare caimans exist within the Brazilian pantanal, representing what is quite possibly the largest single crocodilian population on Earth. 📸 by @lorenzfischer.photo #wildestamericas

Portrait of a Yacare Caiman in the Northern Pantanal, Tranpantaneira, Brazil 📸 by @lorenzfischer.photo 
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@wildestamericas

Portrait of a Yacare Caiman in the Northern Pantanal, Tranpantaneira, Brazil 📸 by @lorenzfischer.photo #wildestamericas

Terminado! No digáis que no está tope elegante con su pajarita. Super adorable!
Patrón del libro #labandadepicapau

#amigurumis #yacarecaiman #crochet #ganchillo #ganxet #handmade #hechoamano #fetamà #madebyme #madeinTorredembarra
@amadissenys

Terminado! No digáis que no está tope elegante con su pajarita. Super adorable! Patrón del libro #labandadepicapau #amigurumis #yacarecaiman #crochet #ganchillo #ganxet #handmade #hechoamano #fetamà #madebyme #madeintorredembarra

Bae, please don’t be mad at me. I’m sorry that I thought your sister was you. I mean, all of you yacare caiman look the same from the back.
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Those scales though.
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#yacarecaiman #caiman #crocodilians #reptilesofinstagram #reptile #naturephotography #nature #naturelovers #natureaddict #animallovers #animalphotography #brazil #pantanal #bae #ecotourism
@idecosupereco

Bae, please don’t be mad at me. I’m sorry that I thought your sister was you. I mean, all of you yacare caiman look the same from the back. . Those scales though. . . . #yacarecaiman #caiman #crocodilians #reptilesofinstagram #reptile #naturephotography #nature #naturelovers #natureaddict #animallovers #animalphotography #brazil #pantanal #bae #ecotourism

Yacare caiman // Caiman yacare 
Yacare caiman is found in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay, in rivers, lakes and wetlands. The name yacare comes from the regional term 'jacaré' which means alligator. Being initially a subspecies of the spectacled caiman until recently becoming a species of their own based on taxonomic work. Growing up to 2.5 - 3M.  The Yacare caiman feed by lining up facing the river current and catching fish trying to get past the caimans. They feed on aquatic vertebrates and invertebrates as well as a snake occasionally. 
#yacarecaiman #caiman #crocodilians #reptiles #madrascrocodilebank #madrascrocodilebanktrust #MCBT #mcbt_india
@dayswithk

Yacare caiman // Caiman yacare Yacare caiman is found in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay, in rivers, lakes and wetlands. The name yacare comes from the regional term 'jacaré' which means alligator. Being initially a subspecies of the spectacled caiman until recently becoming a species of their own based on taxonomic work. Growing up to 2.5 - 3M. The Yacare caiman feed by lining up facing the river current and catching fish trying to get past the caimans. They feed on aquatic vertebrates and invertebrates as well as a snake occasionally. #yacarecaiman #caiman #crocodilians #reptiles #madrascrocodilebank #madrascrocodilebanktrust #mcbt #mcbt india

I had a great time a couple nights ago at @thereptarium for Crocodilian Night with @zoodreams. Got a chance to hang out with some amazing animals and people!!
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#centralianbluetongueskink #melanisticalligator #broadsnoutedcaiman #greenanaconda #reticulatedpython #yacarecaiman #100flowerratsnake #nilemonitor #japaneseratsnake
@stevenviridis

I had a great time a couple nights ago at @thereptarium for Crocodilian Night with @zoodreams. Got a chance to hang out with some amazing animals and people!! . . . #centralianbluetongueskink #melanisticalligator #broadsnoutedcaiman #greenanaconda #reticulatedpython #yacarecaiman #100flowerratsnake #nilemonitor #japaneseratsnake

I believe I can fly! I believe that I can touch the sky!
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This yacare caiman had some mad hops. Friggin thing got its whole body out of the water to straight up snatch that treat. I can barely roll over to eat more tater tots.
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Kids, don’t feed yacare caiman with a stick. That is just for Pantanalian cowboys to do.
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#yacarecaiman #caiman #crocodilians #naturephotography #nature #natureaddict #naturelovers #wildlifephotography #wildlife #animallovers #animalphotography #madhops #ibelieveicanfly #brazil #pantanal
@idecosupereco

I believe I can fly! I believe that I can touch the sky! . This yacare caiman had some mad hops. Friggin thing got its whole body out of the water to straight up snatch that treat. I can barely roll over to eat more tater tots. . Kids, don’t feed yacare caiman with a stick. That is just for Pantanalian cowboys to do. . . . #yacarecaiman #caiman #crocodilians #naturephotography #nature #natureaddict #naturelovers #wildlifephotography #wildlife #animallovers #animalphotography #madhops #ibelieveicanfly #brazil #pantanal

As the water level drops fish are concentrated in small pools and the Yacare caiman have a feast 🙂 (or ☹️ if you are a fish I guess!) #yacarecaiman #caiman #wildlife #wildlifephotography #wildlifeofinstagram #wildlifephotographer #nature #naturephotography #puosoalegre #pantanal #brazil
@85shiney

As the water level drops fish are concentrated in small pools and the Yacare caiman have a feast 🙂 (or ☹️ if you are a fish I guess!) #yacarecaiman #caiman #wildlife #wildlifephotography #wildlifeofinstagram #wildlifephotographer #nature #naturephotography #puosoalegre #pantanal #brazil

As a huge fatty-cakes I have great respect for how this yacare caiman absolutely owned this fishy meal.
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There was a lot of thrashing, greedily swallowing of big chunks, and a general attitude of haste. I suspect that the caiman was eating so quickly because I had entered the water looking to steal its meal.
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As a general rule, if another organism is eating and I’m not that is problem. I will steal their food as a matter of principle. I will steal your food as a matter of principle.
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Now you all know what I am. Hide your Arby’s because I am coming for it!
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#yacarecaiman #caiman #crocodilians #reptiles #reptilesofinstagram #herps #herpsofinstagram #wildlifephotography #wildlife #naturephotography #nature #naturelovers #natureaddict #animallovers #animalphotography #brazil #pantanal #ecotourism
@idecosupereco

As a huge fatty-cakes I have great respect for how this yacare caiman absolutely owned this fishy meal. . There was a lot of thrashing, greedily swallowing of big chunks, and a general attitude of haste. I suspect that the caiman was eating so quickly because I had entered the water looking to steal its meal. . As a general rule, if another organism is eating and I’m not that is problem. I will steal their food as a matter of principle. I will steal your food as a matter of principle. . Now you all know what I am. Hide your Arby’s because I am coming for it! . . . #yacarecaiman #caiman #crocodilians #reptiles #reptilesofinstagram #herps #herpsofinstagram #wildlifephotography #wildlife #naturephotography #nature #naturelovers #natureaddict #animallovers #animalphotography #brazil #pantanal #ecotourism

#Repost @natural_history_museum with @get_repost
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year is a complete sell-out this weekend. Tickets get snapped up fast - we recommend being as speedy as this lightning-quick jaguar, photographed catching a yacaré caiman in @christianbrunskill's dramatic image, The Bigger Bite!

Click the bio link or head to www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy to book in advance and guarantee entry.

The jaguar had come across the yacaré caiman by chance – accidentally stepping on the reptile after a failed charge at a capybara. Without hesitation the jaguar pounced, overcoming its monstrously large prey in minutes. The yacaré caiman and jaguar are both top predators in the Pantanal Wetlands, and struggles like this are not unusual. Though excellent swimmers, jaguars tend to stalk or ambush their prey on the ground, subduing them with their formidable bite. After they have delivered their final blow, they will often drag carcasses to shelter to enjoy their meal in peace.

@nhm_wpy #WPY54 #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WPY #NaturePhotography #Wildlife #Nature #WildlifePhotography #Photography #Exhibition #PhotoOfTheDay #Instagood #Instanature #NaturalHistoryMuseum #Animals #AnimalPortraits #WildAnimals #Conservation #Photographer #PhotographyCompetition #Photography #Exhibition #LondonMuseum #PhotographyExhibition #PhotoExhibition #Jaguar #YacaréCaiman #Yacaré #Yacare #Caiman #YacareCaiman #BigCat
@christianbrunskill

#repost @natural history museum with @get repost ・・・ Wildlife Photographer of the Year is a complete sell-out this weekend. Tickets get snapped up fast - we recommend being as speedy as this lightning-quick jaguar, photographed catching a yacaré caiman in @christianbrunskill's dramatic image, The Bigger Bite! Click the bio link or head to www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy to book in advance and guarantee entry. The jaguar had come across the yacaré caiman by chance – accidentally stepping on the reptile after a failed charge at a capybara. Without hesitation the jaguar pounced, overcoming its monstrously large prey in minutes. The yacaré caiman and jaguar are both top predators in the Pantanal Wetlands, and struggles like this are not unusual. Though excellent swimmers, jaguars tend to stalk or ambush their prey on the ground, subduing them with their formidable bite. After they have delivered their final blow, they will often drag carcasses to shelter to enjoy their meal in peace.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is a complete sell-out this weekend. Tickets get snapped up fast - we recommend being as speedy as this lightning-quick jaguar, photographed catching a yacaré caiman in @christianbrunskill's dramatic image, The Bigger Bite!

Click the bio link or head to www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy to book in advance and guarantee entry.

The jaguar had come across the yacaré caiman by chance – accidentally stepping on the reptile after a failed charge at a capybara. Without hesitation the jaguar pounced, overcoming its monstrously large prey in minutes. The yacaré caiman and jaguar are both top predators in the Pantanal Wetlands, and struggles like this are not unusual. Though excellent swimmers, jaguars tend to stalk or ambush their prey on the ground, subduing them with their formidable bite. After they have delivered their final blow, they will often drag carcasses to shelter to enjoy their meal in peace.

@nhm_wpy #WPY54 #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WPY #NaturePhotography #Wildlife #Nature #WildlifePhotography #Photography #Exhibition #PhotoOfTheDay #Instagood #Instanature #NaturalHistoryMuseum #Animals #AnimalPortraits #WildAnimals #Conservation #Photographer #PhotographyCompetition #Photography #Exhibition #LondonMuseum #PhotographyExhibition #PhotoExhibition #Jaguar #YacaréCaiman #Yacaré #Yacare #Caiman #YacareCaiman #BigCat #ChrisBrunskill
@natural_history_museum

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is a complete sell-out this weekend. Tickets get snapped up fast - we recommend being as speedy as this lightning-quick jaguar, photographed catching a yacaré caiman in @christianbrunskill's dramatic image, The Bigger Bite! Click the bio link or head to www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy to book in advance and guarantee entry. The jaguar had come across the yacaré caiman by chance – accidentally stepping on the reptile after a failed charge at a capybara. Without hesitation the jaguar pounced, overcoming its monstrously large prey in minutes. The yacaré caiman and jaguar are both top predators in the Pantanal Wetlands, and struggles like this are not unusual. Though excellent swimmers, jaguars tend to stalk or ambush their prey on the ground, subduing them with their formidable bite. After they have delivered their final blow, they will often drag carcasses to shelter to enjoy their meal in peace. @nhm wpy #wpy54 #wildlifephotographeroftheyear #wpy

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