This fight has a rather unexpected outcome: the caiman, which one can think much more dangerous than the otters, has not managed to stay alive.
There are thirteen species of otters in the world, and the giant otter as its name suggests is the most imposing. In Latin America, they are nicknamed “river wolves”. They can measure up to 1.50m and weigh more than 30kg. In this region of the world, they are almost at the top of the food chain. But this species almost disappeared due to human activity in the 1970s.
Today, giant otters in South America are still threatened by humans. According to WWF, there are between 2,000 and 5,000 individuals.
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