Predators Of The Brazilian Wetlands

April 9, 2017
In the slow waters of the Pantanal in the wetlands of Brazil live over 300 species of fish. There are two common predators that patrols this immense region, the Dorado, also known as the river tiger is the most notorious predator and in it's wake lives the Red Bellied Piranha, looking for injured fish left behind by the Dorado.

Animals: fish
Series: Planet Earth

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