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No My Macro, but cool

This is a Caiman and is related to the crocodile.  The official word is “a semiaquatic reptile similar to the alligator but with a heavily armored belly, native to tropical America.” I love the picture, and still don’t feel the need to see one!

There are so many things I will never see. It does make me truly grateful for those who are willing to share what they see. I know it is not the same as seeing it in person and still I enjoy it very much.

I am not even sure if the animals still exists. Do you know?


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  1. Wasn’t sure about the Caiman, but according to my research, they inhabit Central and South America from marshes and swamps to mangrove rivers and lakes. Cute little reptile.

    The caimans are predators and, like the alligators and the crocodiles, their diet consists of a great deal of fish. The caimans also hunt insects, birds and small mammals and reptiles.

    Interesting to read about new reptiles I never knew about.

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