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At present, large capybara joins a river to escape from being a meal to jaguar sneaky in Brazil



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GIANT's pancreas joins a river to escape from being lunch by jaguar sneaky.

The male capybara took a drink on the bank when he attacked the big cat.

    Capybara looks unacceptable as it is the sun itself next to the river

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Capybara looks unacceptable as it is the sun itself next to the river
    This beautiful jaguar looks at a cap like a mid-morning snack

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This beautiful jaguar looks at a cap like a mid-morning snack
    They look like each other as rugs and crab are approaching the unprotected rocks

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They look like each other as rugs and crab are approaching the unprotected rocks
    Wait a minute - she loses like a scrambles capy just over the jaguar

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Wait a minute – she loses like a scrambles capy just over the jaguar
    Call those reactions like cat? Jaguar hunting skills drop down as capybara hits the water and pads to safety

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Call those reactions like cat? Jaguar hunting skills drop down as capybara hits the water and pads to safety

He pulled the amount of pig to the water before swinging to the other side.

The photographer Jeff Foott was the drama in the River Cuiaba, in Mato Grosso, Brazil.

The 75-year-old Jackson, in Wyoming, USA said: "We had been staying in our boat for the hunting jaguar to make a look for some time. I've been offered and started shooting.

"The capybara made a good escape by diving off the bank into the water – the only injury he had was scratching scratch to the nose.

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"Jaguars is struggling to catch capybara because they can not swim.

"It was incredible to see the loss almost – the jaguar was very close but the capybara was enough to escape."

Male capybaras are the largest rodents in the world, weighing 10th and native to South America.


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