The spotted female, named Amanaci, is one of the countless victims of the worst fires recorded in the world's largest wetland
Brazil's Pantanal region is the world's largest tropical wetland. Fires have turned the area into a death trap for wildlife.
After a year of drought, world’s largest tropical wetland, Brazil’s Pantanal, has been burning for week. Largest fire since records began. Blackened, starving jaguars wander amid the ashes, paws burnt through to the bone ...
Brazilian Pantanal has been burning since mid-July, with fires four times the size of the largest fire in the Amazon rainforest. The world's largest wetland is home to roughly 1,200 vertebrate species, including 36 threatened with extinction
“Animals will die not only due to the fires but also due to dehydration and hunger.” The world’s largest wetland burns in Brazil, delivering a climate warning.
The world’s largest tropical wetland, Brazil’s Pantanal—which should be soggy and green—has been burning for weeks
VIDEO: Animal carcasses litter the surroundings of the #Transpantaneira road, which crosses the #Pantanal in Brazil's #MatoGrosso state, after raging fires consumed part of the world's largest tropical wetland @AFPBrasil
A record amount of the world’s largest tropical wetland has been lost to fires in Brazil, devastating one of the most diverse habitats on the planet.
Flames are ravaging Brazil’s Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland, approaching the region’s main highway and threatening endangered species amid a near-record number of fires