Photo of the Week: Alligator in Bolivian Pampas image

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We did a three day tour of the Pampas – a wetland area in Bolivia’s Amazon region. On our canoe ride we saw hundreds of alligators and got very close. Many of them were so still they looked like statues. Apparently they keep they mouths open to regulate the temperature but I think that scaring people off with those teeth is an added bonus.

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