PANTANAL, THE JAGUAR'S LAST SANCTUARYONE-OFF
- DIRECTOR : Ronan Fournier-Christol
- PRODUCER : Songes de Moai
- DATE : 2009
- FORMAT : HD
- DURATION : 1x52'
South-west of Brazil, the Pantanal basin is the largest area of wetland in the world, home to an incredible biodiversity where the Jaguar reigns supreme.
Leading the viewer into little-known territory on the traces of some truly fascinating animals, this film pays homage to an area of untamed wildlife, where nature has been preserved. Situated in south-west Brazil, the Pantanal basin is the largest area of wetland in the world. Flooded six months of the year, this very particular ecosystem is home to a biodiversity as rich as it is prolific. And in this kingdom, it is the jaguar that reigns supreme. Stunning footage of the dance of the giant other, the Cayman's hunt, the flight of the egrets, and the playful trickery of the tufted capuchin monkey is sure to create moments of sheer, unforgettable emotion.