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Wildlife photographer Kevin Dooley, 58, saw a jaguar landing on the small crocodile, known as a caiman, before wrestling it to death

The moment a Jaguar kills a crocodile by jumping into a RIVER and struggling to death in incredible video

  • Wildlife photographer Kevin Dooley, 58, saw the fight to death in a boat by a river in Pantanal, Brazil
  • The jaguar jumped from a nearby tree on the back of the small crocodile and struggled to death
  • Dooley said the jaguar & # 39; never broke its gaze & # 39; of the caiman reptile before it launched its attack
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Incredible video and photos show the moment when a jaguar and a small crocodile fight death after the frightening cat jumps 10 feet out of the air through a tree.

Wildlife photographer Kevin Dooley, 58, watched the jaguar land on the small crocodile, known as a caiman, before wrestling it to death.

Dooley said the jaguar & # 39; never broke its gaze & # 39; of the caiman that swam in the river below in Pantanal, Brazil.

Wildlife photographer Kevin Dooley, 58, saw a jaguar landing on the small crocodile, known as a caiman, before wrestling it to death

Wildlife photographer Kevin Dooley, 58, saw a jaguar landing on the small crocodile, known as a caiman, before wrestling it to death

Dooley said the jaguar & # 39; never failed to break its eye & # 39; of the caiman that swam in the river below in Pantanal, Brazil
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Dooley said the jaguar & # 39; never failed to break its eye & # 39; of the caiman that swam in the river below in Pantanal, Brazil

Dooley said the jaguar & # 39; never failed to break its eye & # 39; of the caiman that swam in the river below in Pantanal, Brazil

Kevin said the cat was waiting for about an hour, without making a sound, before bouncing on the unsuspecting reptile as it swam in the river

Kevin said the cat was waiting for about an hour, without making a sound, before bouncing on the unsuspecting reptile as it swam in the river

Kevin said the cat was waiting for about an hour, without making a sound, before bouncing on the unsuspecting reptile as it swam in the river

After waiting for an hour, Kevin said the cat, & # 39; that remained as still as anything & # 39 ;, and then jumped on the caiman as it started swimming towards a tree.

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He said: & # 39; It was great to see. The jaguar jumped into the water and struggled with the caiman and finally killed him.

& # 39; He then dragged it into the tree, as if it had been supper.

& # 39; It left me speechless, the jaguar never broke its gaze from the caiman in the river, I couldn't believe it all happened to me. & # 39;

The photographer added: & # 39; They both struggled for about 10 minutes, but the jaguar killed it.

& # 39; I was in a boat on the river when this happened, we stopped it to see everything happen.

He said: & # 39; It was great to see. The jaguar jumped into the water and struggled with the caiman and finally killed him. It made me speechless & # 39;
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He said: & # 39; It was great to see. The jaguar jumped into the water and struggled with the caiman and finally killed him. It made me speechless & # 39;

He said: & # 39; It was great to see. The jaguar jumped into the water and struggled with the caiman and finally killed him. It made me speechless & # 39;

Kevin, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, took the rare photos while touring the area with a boat. He continued: & # 39; It is one of those things that you hope it will not happen if you rest your arms off the camera, because I have been watching it through a lens all the time & # 39;

Kevin, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, took the rare photos while touring the area with a boat. He continued: & # 39; It is one of those things that you hope it will not happen if you rest your arms off the camera, because I have been watching it through a lens all the time & # 39;

Kevin, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, took the rare photos while touring the area with a boat. He continued: & # 39; It is one of those things that you hope it will not happen if you rest your arms off the camera, because I have been watching it through a lens all the time & # 39;

& # 39; The jaguar did not move all that time and just watched every movement of the caiman, it never wavered. & # 39;

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Kevin, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, took the rare photos while touring the area with a boat.

He continued: & # 39; It is one of those things that you hope it won't happen if you rest your arms in front of the camera, because I was looking at him through a lens all the time.

& # 39; I honestly have never seen anything like this and I have taken pictures of animals for a long time. & # 39;

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