When people think of Brazil, the first association that comes to mind is football. As in, some of the best soccer stars were born in Brazil.
But the country is much more than soccer. During the Olympics in 2014 we heard a lot about the violent side of the country, leading to the term “Violent paradise”. Brazil is also the country where drought and floor shape the lives of exotic creatures.
The Amazon river flows through Brazil, and is home to some of the most idyllic wetland and never seen animals.
This documentary focuses on the life of jaguars, anacondas, and caimans, all of which live near the river. And as the annual floodwaters drain away, the stage is set for the battle between these animals.
The documentary shows never before seen scenes of jaguars, and secrets how the filmmakers managed to capture those scenes.
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