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> Jaguars Don't Eat Coconuts,Tortuguero Peninsula
Jaguars Don't Eat Coconuts,Tortuguero Peninsula
Canon PowerShot S60
1/40s f/4.5 at 5.8mm
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..if you are one of them,the jaguars,..you have incredibly small paws ;-))))))))
Wow..this is very unique
Amigos, don't forget that it's one of the most unusual hunting grounds for jaguars such as turtle's infested beach premises and , trust me on this, jaguars are moving their paws exactly in the line, with incredible surgical precision ... This is what nature intended them to do, because the rest of the wild life would never knew whether it was one animal or few... So, no way for the rest of team to escape claws of these fellas... How about my knowledge of natural world, ah , LOL ?! Hmmm... what's a point to get proud as I am one of them...
Agree with Hodero....must have been one of those Jurassic Park type jaguars.
Very strange ,these prints ...deep holes, not very far apart and in a straight line!
lovely colors, nice light, composition and detail V
Amigo, they grow that big on specifically marbles !
fABULOUS background, amazing image
....but they do eat marbles ;-))
These footprints are quite deep.Must have been a 1200 pound big Jaguar ;-)))