National Geographic

Video by @BertieGregory. An adult giant otter munching on a tasty catfish in the northern Pantanal, Brazil. Adults needs to eat about 2kg/4lbs of fish every single day. This individual was well on the way to its target! This species lives in family groups of up to 20 individuals so needs incredibly healthy ecosystems to support it. As a result, giant otters are a great indicator species. Shot for a new jaguar show on @natgeowild premiering December 10th in the US (other territories coming soon). Also check out @stevewinterphoto 's jaguar story in this month's issue of National Geographic Magazine. Follow @bertiegregory for more wildlife adventures!

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@jehdude123

@zackajzzz @mattliebhaber let's take him to Teds next time

@zizo_khald

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@m0o622

@mennis.doreno snnnneeeeekkksss

@eat.then.sigh

@amywanq a cute sea otter

@chrisl999

@roboleary1 Iā€™m a bit slow to respond, but love it!

@smbernier

Lol holy smokes

@tkhuc5

@hakuna_matt_ata bruh myeyes are bleeding. That is a yellow armored pleco and they're super expensive!!!

@giovanna.battista

? Anchensimpaticissimo?

@giovanna.battista

Hai visto quanto e' buffo

@trixthebigbutterfly

i got one like that in my fish tank (i mean the catfish)

@valeriamorasilva_

@elizadu18 uish que es esto jaja

@dimasfadlul

Berang-berang kayah @herbule

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