Photograph by Paul Donahue
The jaguar grabbed the yacaré first with its right front paw, then bit the reptile’s back a little below the head.
The predator then quickly adjusted its bite to the base of the yacaré’s skull—the manner in which a jaguar normally kills—then wrestled the yacaré into a dragging position and headed back across the inlet, Donahue recounted in his field notes.
Published September 6, 2013
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