Regi Popelier
The Pantanal is a wetland area of ​​approximately 140,000 km2 and is home to the largest population of jaguars in the world. Nowhere else on Earth can you find such a concentration of Jaguars than in the Pantanal in Brazil. Departure was at morning for a long distance boat trip in the search of good photographic opportunities. Crossing the rivers of the Pantanal, especially in the dry season, hoping that with some luck I could see this elusive and still mysterious animal on a river bank or in near proximity. After boating for several hours we found this beautiful adult female jaguar resting in a tree on the 3 Brothers River. She had a look of vigilance but I also spotted some curiosity, looking at me as we stopped to photograph this amazing cat. Meanwhile my camera was in full burst mode taking hundreds of images of her.
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