brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.
photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.
oh boy teach finally released my grade i wonder what i got
1.9 out of 2 really? what was the point of-
the assignment was to make text that “is” the thing it’s describing of course its going to be a little bit rou g h
Lammergeier/Bearded vulture w/ griffon vulture in the BG
Have you seen a Toco Toucan hop down stairs lately? Or a Keel-billed Toucan bathe with a glass of restaurant water?
Booker & Elizabeth + elevator buttons
this is the best photo ive ever seen