The Pantanal, Brazil. October 2017
I arrived at my lodge overlooking the Cuiaba river on the 8 October. This was my third visit to The Pantanal, Brazil, a huge wetland area approximately the size of France. The top predator here is the Jaguar, the third largest feline in the world. During my ten days here photographing wildlife, we saw Jaguars each day. In fact, six were seen and photographed in one day! They spend much of their time walking along the banks of the waterways in search of Caiman which they seem to favour above all else. The photograph is of two Jaguar siblings sitting together on a fallen tree overlooking the river. Follow this link for more images.