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The photographer Wayne Lynch visited the Pantanal and shared a story, pictures of landscapes, flora and fauna of the Pantanal in the blog PhotoNews Magazine.
Wayne says that much has changed in the Pantanal since the former U.S. president, Theodor Roosevelt, an avid hunter, explorer and naturalist, visited the region in 1913. Roosevelt saw native cannibals, contracted a flesh-eating bacteria that weakened him and when he ran away to vicilization died three years after because of malaria.
"Today, there is no malaria, no ferocious rapids nor any salivating cannibals in the Pantanal, just a wildlife watcher`s paradise", said Wayne Lynch.
Among the animais of Pantanal photographed by Wayne are: Anaconda, anteater, toucan, alligator, iguana, blue macaw and others.
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