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from Anuradhapura district of Sri Lanka


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Venezuelan Llanos
- The roadside hawk (Rupornis magnirostris) it measures 31–41 cm (12–16 in) long and weighs 250–300 g (8.8–10.6 oz). Males are about 20% smaller than females.
- Burrowing Owls (Speotyto cunicularia) it measures 20 to 22 centimeters long, very common diurnal owl that lives in burrows.
- Great Black-Hawk (Buteogallus urubitinga) it measures 56 to 64 centimeters long and weighs 1.1 kilograms, it is the largest bird of prey in the Llanos.
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Llanos de Venezuela, Estado Apure


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Llanos de Venezuela, Estado Apure


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Llanos de Venezuela, Estado Apure

Natural born enemies side by side Green Anaconda (Eunectes murimus) and Caiman (Caiman crocodilus) I observed them for almost 30 minutes nothing happened, they went different ways


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Giant anteater walking close to a small lagoon late afternoon, it never saw me when I was taking the picture.


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Big female Orinoco Crocodile in Estado Apure in Llanos de Venezuela


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That night we were trying to find a big cat (Jaguar or Cougar) and after more than 3 hours with out luck we found this huge female Orinoco Crocodile at least 3,40 mt long ready to lay the eggs, it let me get close about 4 meters from her with out trying to attack me, the night ended very good for us at about 1 am.
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In the wild, expect the unexpected, as we humans haven't really much clue of what to expect.
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Represa Vilchez located less than two hours from Caracas in Parapara, Estado Guarico, Venezuela. It is a dam where you can find good fauna around it Ocelots, Jaguarundis, Pumas, White Tail Deer, Giant Anteaters and Pecaries, normally you can see Howler monkeys and many species of Birds it has many different fishes two species of piranhas Serrasalmus rhombeus and Pygocentrus cariba and other fishes like Peacock bass (Cichla orinocensis) and Hoplias malabaricus.


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Land of Andean Bears and Andean Condors in the Venezuelan Andes (Estado Merida)
Andean Bears are doing ok in Venezuela hight in the mountains far from humans.
Andean Condors are in critical condition in Venezuela with only a few of them about 20 individuals, many locals still believe that they can attack and kill little childen when the truth is that they keep a great distance from all humans they see and they do not have power in their feet to carry any large object like Eagles do.


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