Sneaky big cat swims across river and then pounces on reptile basking on a sandbank
Images show the 20-stone cat striking with lightning speed while eight-foot reptile basks on a river island in Brazil
The ferocious cat sinks its teeth and claws into the back of the leathery reptile before whisking it away in its jaws
Thid article states: There are estimated to be between 50,000 to 100,000 jaguars in the wild throughout South America.
I am glad to see that. At least one wild cat in the world is doing fine!
Yes Olga, I'm happy to hear that jaguars are doing well. Thanks for sharing June.