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IamFisheye

Show Us Your Giant Anteaters

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IamFisheye

I've just been enjoying the re-run of the BBC's Land of the Jaguar from 2007 which has brought back a few memories.

 

Don't forget to post where you saw it, tech details, etc.

 

Here's one to get the ball rolling

 

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Karanambu Ranch, Guyana, South America - Oct 2010
Trusty E-3, 50-200mm, EC-14 @ 283mm 1/640 sec, f5.6, ISO 1000

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inyathi

Like @@IamFisheye 's photo these were taken at Karanambu in Guyana (Jan 2014)

 

with a Canon EOS 70D and 100-400mm lens

 

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Vacquero rounding up the anteater

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For more info see my report Drinking Rum Punch in the Rupununi

 

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inyathi

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Csaba

I saw these two whilst driving back to Campo Grande after spending a few days in the Pantanal. They were very far away so this shot is heavily cropped. How the driver saw them is beyond me.

 

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inyathi

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The same anteater as before photographed at Karanambu Lodge in Guyana

 

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