Where there’s water there’s a caiman, and where there’s a caiman there’s a multitude of insects. Here a benign glittering sapphire (Lasaia agesilas) sits on it like a decoration while it’s sucking fluids from its eye.
There are two species here in Iguacu National Park, the other is jacare. The broad-snouted is distinguished by the prominent facial ridges seen close-up in first image, and as the name indicates, a broader snout which is seen in the photo below.
Last Updated on 12 December, 2020 by morten