Jaguars at the Pantanal

The Pantanal is the largest wetland in the world, and it is located in southern Brazil. It hosts a sizable population of jaguars (Panthera onca), whose individuals are the largest in size and weight within the distribution range of the species.
Besides jaguars, which are relatively easy to spot on the riverbanks, the place boasts a great variety of interesting fauna to photograph and discover. Some outstanding examples (among many others) are the tapir, the marsh deer, the giant otter, the blue macaw, the sunbittern, the capybara and the jacare caiman.
Here are some of my favourite pictures of this magical place.