GITANT Rodent flows into the river to escape from dinner under the onslaught of the jaguar.
Male capybara drank on the beach when a big cat attacked.
A “rat” about the size of a pig rushed into the water before swimming to the other side.
Photographer Jeff Futt filmed a drama on the Cuiabá River, in Mato Grosso, Brazil.
75-year-old Jackson, in Wyoming, USA, said: “We were waiting in our boat for the hunting jaguar to appear for quite a while. I saw a movement and started shooting.
“Capybara did a great job, plunging from the shore into the water – the only injury he had was a scratch in his nose.
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“Jaguars have a hard time catching a kappibaru because they can't swim.
“It was amazing to see a short-sighted mission — the jaguar was very close, but the capybara did enough to escape.”
Male capybaras are the largest rodents in the world, weighing 10 and native to South America.
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