Brazil - The Pantanal (64 images)

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The Pantanal region of Brazil includes the largest wetland in the world - approximately 20 times larger than Florida's Everglades. We were fortunate to view many species, including the Jaguar (largest cat in the New World), Capuchin monkeys, Capybara (largest rodent in the world), Caiman, Giant River Otter and dozens of bird species. The abundance of fish in this ecosystem drives feeding for just about everything. Even Jaguars will feed on fish here.