The Giant River Otter, the largest otter of the world. His agility in the water makes it an excellent fisherman, catching fish of various sizes easily even in the murky waters of the Pantanal. Find and follow a group of Giant River Otters, is guaranteed fun and great photo opportunities for sure. Photo: Yummy, by Cristian Dimitrius #brasilselvagem #exposicao #jundiaishopping #multiplan
Cocococha lake deep in the Tambopata National Park. It forms an important habitat for many of the endangered and emblematic species such as macaws, black caimans and giant river otters that can feed and reproduce in peace here. Feel free to follow my work: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/ShotByCanipel">Shot by Canipel</a> & <a href="https://instagram.com/canipel/">Instagram</a>
Lunch Time by Ernane Junior. In the rivers of the Pantanal giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) are the queens of the waters. I found that eating a fish she does not care about our approach because their food was more interesting.
The Giant River Otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) is an endangered animal, but fortunately quite common in the Pantanal, where their population is actually growing back. I shot this one eating a fish during our last Jaguar Photo Tour to the Pantanal.
Leaps and Bounds Photograph by Mark Bridger, National Geographic Your Shot A young female otter runs toward photographer Mark Bridger at a wildlife center in Lingfield, Surrey, in England. “I’ve always wanted to try and get a shot of an otter running st