GIANT rodents will immerse themselves in a river to escape from the malicious jaguar supper.
Capybara took a drink at the bank when a large cat attacked.
The pig rat's "rat" went into that water before swim swimming on the other side.
He photographed Jeff Foott's photographer on the Cuiako River in Mato Grosso, Brazil.
In Jackson, Wyoming, a 75-year-old from U.S., said: "We waited for the boat to look a bit like jaguar games. I saw the movement and started shooting.
"Capybara escaped to escape into dirty water in the water, because it was the only injury to get out of the claws.
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"Jaguars swim because they do not find it difficult to catch capybara.
"It was amazing to see the nearest difference – the jaguar was very close but it was enough to escape from Capybara."
Male capybaras is the world's largest rodent, 10th and South American origin.
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