"I was fortunate to shoot a very unique picture of the “Prey and the Predator” at the Cuiaba River, North Pantanal. It is a known fact that capybaras attract most predators like Jaguars, Anaconda and Caiman; however I was surprised to spot a capybara and a huge caiman sitting together basking in the sun."

(by Praveen Siddannavar)

Posted on Nov 16, 2012 · 8:00

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