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Llanos Collection

The llanos of Venezuela, a vast and captivating landscape, is home to an array of fascinating creatures

Background imageLlanos Collection: Capybara - in water. Ilanos, Venezuela

Capybara - in water. Ilanos, Venezuela
WAT-8961 Capybara - in water. Llanos Venezuela Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Capybara - three Llanos, Venezuela

Capybara - three Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8356 Capybara - three Llanos, Venezuela Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Burrowing Owl Llanos, Venezuela

Burrowing Owl Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8385 Burrowing Owl Llanos, Venezuela Speotyto cunicularia M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Common Potoo - In tree. Ilanos Venezuela

Common Potoo - In tree. Ilanos Venezuela
WAT-9045 Common Potoo - In tree Llanos, Venezuela Nyctibius griseus M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Giant Anteater - carrying young on back Llanos, Venezuela

Giant Anteater - carrying young on back Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8405 Giant Anteater - carrying young on back Llanos, Venezuela Myrmecophaga tridactyla M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageLlanos Collection: Capybara Llanos, Venezuela

Capybara Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8364 Capybara Llanos, Venezuela Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Green Anaconda - mating, with 3 males Llanos, Venezuela

Green Anaconda - mating, with 3 males Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8444 Green ANACONDA - mating, with 3 males Llanos, Venezuela Eunectes murinus M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Giant Anteater - carrying young on back Llanos, Venezuela

Giant Anteater - carrying young on back Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8406 Giant Anteater - carrying young on back Llanos, Venezuela Myrmecophaga tridactyla M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageLlanos Collection: Red-bellied Piranha - close-up of teeth Llanos, Venezuela

Red-bellied Piranha - close-up of teeth Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8420 Red-bellied PIRANHA - close-up of teeth Llanos, Venezuela Serrasalmus nattereri Widely distributed throughout the Amazon and Orinoco river basins. M

Background imageLlanos Collection: Giant Anteater in the Llanos Venezuela

Giant Anteater in the Llanos Venezuela
WAT-8412 Giant Anteater in the Llanos Venezuela Myrmecophaga tridactyla M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Giant Anteater - resting, sheltering young behind tail Llanos, Venezuela

Giant Anteater - resting, sheltering young behind tail Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8408 Giant Anteater - resting, sheltering young behind tail Llanos, Venezuela Myrmecophaga tridactyla M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageLlanos Collection: Clouds & Sky Llanos, Venezuela

Clouds & Sky Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8379 Clouds & Sky Llanos, Venezuela M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Red-bellied Piranha - close-up of head and teeth

Red-bellied Piranha - close-up of head and teeth
WAT-8849 Red-bellied PIRANHA - close-up of head and teeth Ilanos, Venezuela Serrasalmus nattereri Widely distributed throughout the Amazon and Orinoco river basins. M

Background imageLlanos Collection: Anaconda - close-up of head Llanos, Venezuela

Anaconda - close-up of head Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8442 Green ANACONDA - close-up of head Llanos, Venezuela Eunectes murinus M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: DDE-90038722

DDE-90038722
Brown Caiman (Caiman crocodilus fuscus), subspecies of Caiman crocodilus & Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes), Hato Masaguarel working farm and biological station, Gua

Background imageLlanos Collection: Letter from John Keats to his sister, Fanny Keats, 14th August 1820. Artist: John Keats

Letter from John Keats to his sister, Fanny Keats, 14th August 1820. Artist: John Keats
Letter from John Keats to his sister, Fanny Keats, 14th August 1820. Letter from the poet John Keats to his sister, Fanny Keats, afterwards Senora Llanos, at the beginning of his last illness

Background imageLlanos Collection: Nelore Indian X COW - head and horns Cow farming, Hato Pinero, Llanos, Venezuela

Nelore Indian X COW - head and horns Cow farming, Hato Pinero, Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-3638 Nelore Indian X COW - head and horns Cow farming, Hato Pinero, Llanos, Venezuela M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageLlanos Collection: Head of Anaconda Llanos, Venezuela

Head of Anaconda Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8449 Green ANACONDA - close-up of head, showing tongue Llanos, Venezuela Eunectes murinus M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageLlanos Collection: Green Anaconda - mating, with 3 males, not all visible, shows sexual dimorphism

Green Anaconda - mating, with 3 males, not all visible, shows sexual dimorphism
WAT-8446 Green ANACONDA - mating, female and male, heads Llanos. Venezuela Eunectes murinus Shows sexual dimorphism - female is larger M

Background imageLlanos Collection: The Cathedral, Los Llanos, Venezuela In The 19th Century. From Am

The Cathedral, Los Llanos, Venezuela In The 19th Century. From Am

Background imageLlanos Collection: Orinoco Crocodile - Female jumping out of the water to protect nest situated on riverbank

Orinoco Crocodile - Female jumping out of the water to protect nest situated on riverbank. Ilanos Venezuela
WAT-8946 Orinoco Crocodile - Female jumping out of the water to protect nest situated on riverbank Llanos, Venezuela Crocodylus intermedius M

Background imageLlanos Collection: Giant Anteater - running through water Llanos, Venezuela

Giant Anteater - running through water Llanos, Venezuela
WAT-8410 Giant Anteater - running through water Llanos, Venezuela Myrmecophaga tridactyla M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageLlanos Collection: Cavalry in Action

Cavalry in Action
FRENCH EXPEDITION General Mirandol leads the French cavalry against Aureliano, near Los Llanos Date: 1863

Background imageLlanos Collection: Satellite view of eastern Columbia and northern Venezuela

Satellite view of eastern Columbia and northern Venezuela
January 2, 2010 - In eastern Colombia (left) and northern Venezuela (right), a vast stretch of grassland plains called the Llanos rests at the foothills of the Andes Mountains

Background imageLlanos Collection: The cathedral, Los Llanos, Venezuela (engraving)

The cathedral, Los Llanos, Venezuela (engraving)
KW1078112 The cathedral, Los Llanos, Venezuela (engraving) by Spanish School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The cathedral, Los Llanos, Venezuela in the 19th century)

Background imageLlanos Collection: Brown Caiman (Caiman crocodilus fuscus) - subspecies of Caiman crocodilus & Water Lettuce

Brown Caiman (Caiman crocodilus fuscus) - subspecies of Caiman crocodilus & Water Lettuce
Brown Caiman (Caiman crocodilus fuscus), subspecies of Caiman crocodilus & Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes), Hato Masaguarel working farm and biological station, GuaArico Province, Venezuela

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10850900

Picture No. 10850900
Venezuela - cattle round up Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10786946

Picture No. 10786946
South American Cowboy / llanero - catching capybara for research / radiotracking (Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10786845

Picture No. 10786845
Spectacled caiman - eating turtle (Caiman crocodilus) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10786843

Picture No. 10786843
Spectacled Caiman - carrying fish prey in mouth. (Caiman crocodilus) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10786844

Picture No. 10786844
Spectacled Caiman - eating piranha (Caiman crocodilus) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10786727

Picture No. 10786727
Red-bellied Piranha - men fishing on riverbank (Serrasalmus nattereri) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10786319

Picture No. 10786319
Man holding Green ANACONDA - research (Eunectes murinus) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10786310

Picture No. 10786310
Catching a Green ANACONDA in the (Eunectes murinus) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10786317

Picture No. 10786317
Catching a Green ANACONDA - in the (Eunectes murinus) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: Picture No. 10785468

Picture No. 10785468
Red-Bellied Piranha - Being held out of the water, showing teeth (Serrasalmus nattereri ) Date:

Background imageLlanos Collection: SUAREZ LLANOS, Ignacio (1830-1881). Sor Marcela

SUAREZ LLANOS, Ignacio (1830-1881). Sor Marcela de San F鬩 x, Nun of the Trinitarias Descalzas of Madrid, Watching the Burial of Her Father, Lope de Vega. 1862. Upper left detail

Background imageLlanos Collection: Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber) & White Ibis (Eudocimus albus) roosting, Hato Masaguarel

Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber) & White Ibis (Eudocimus albus) roosting, Hato Masaguarel working farm and biological station, GuaÁrico Province, Venezuela

Background imageLlanos Collection: Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber) roosting, Hato Masaguarel working farm and biological station

Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber) roosting, Hato Masaguarel working farm and biological station, GuaÁrico Province, Venezuela

Background imageLlanos Collection: Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) captive juvenile for release into the wild

Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) captive juvenile for release into the wild, Hato Masaguarel working farm and biological station, GuaÁrico Province, Venezuela

Background imageLlanos Collection: Brown Caiman

Brown Caiman (Caiman crocodilus fuscus) - subspecies of Caiman crocodilus & Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes) Hato Masaguarel working farm and biological station, Guárico Province, VENEZUELA

Background imageLlanos Collection: Howler Monkey AW 1348 Llanos, Venezuela © Adrian Warren / ARDEA LONDON

Howler Monkey AW 1348 Llanos, Venezuela © Adrian Warren / ARDEA LONDON
AW-1348 Howler Monkey Llanos, Venezuela Adrian Warren Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageLlanos Collection: Common Water Hyacinth. Llanos, Venezuela Fam: Pontederiaceae

Common Water Hyacinth. Llanos, Venezuela Fam: Pontederiaceae
WAT-9065 Common Water Hyacinth Llanos, Venezuela Eichhornia crassipes Fam: Pontederiaceae. This species becomes invasive, choking waterways and outcompeting native plant species

Background imageLlanos Collection: Papaya - fruit on tree Ilanos, Venezuela

Papaya - fruit on tree Ilanos, Venezuela
WAT-8931 Papaya - fruit on tree Llanos, Venezuela Carica papaya M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageLlanos Collection: Red-bellied Piranha - group underwater

Red-bellied Piranha - group underwater
WAT-8854 Red-bellied Piranha - group underwater Ilanos, Venezuela Serrasalmus nattereri M. Watson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageLlanos Collection: Venezuela FG 9214 Llanos, flooded savana in December © Francois Gohier / ARDEA LONDON

Venezuela FG 9214 Llanos, flooded savana in December © Francois Gohier / ARDEA LONDON
FG-9214 Venezuela - Llanos, flooded savana in December Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageLlanos Collection: Whistling Ducks FG 9531 Venezuela, Llanos Dendrocygna viduata and D

Whistling Ducks FG 9531 Venezuela, Llanos Dendrocygna viduata and D. autumnalis © Francois Gohier / ARDEA LONDON
FG-9531 White-faced DUCKS / White-faced whistling-ducks / white-faced tree-ducks - flock at water, with Red-billed Whistling ducks Venezuela, Llanos



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The llanos of Venezuela, a vast and captivating landscape, is home to an array of fascinating creatures. In the heart of this remarkable region, the Burrowing Owl stands tall amidst the grassy plains. Its piercing gaze reflects both wisdom and resilience. As we venture further into the llanos, we encounter the graceful Capybara gracefully gliding through tranquil waters. These gentle giants find solace in their watery haven, harmoniously coexisting with their surroundings. In another corner of this enchanting land, three Capybaras frolic together in perfect harmony. Their playful nature brings joy to all who witness their carefree antics. High above on a tree branch sits the Common Potoo, its cryptic plumage blending seamlessly with its surroundings. This master of disguise watches over its domain with unwavering vigilance. A truly awe-inspiring sight awaits us as we stumble upon a Giant Anteater carrying its young on its back. A testament to maternal love and protection in the wilds - a bond that knows no bounds. Capybaras once again grace our path as they roam freely across these expansive plains. Their presence adds an element of tranquility to this untamed paradise. Intrigue fills the air as we witness a rare spectacle - Green Anacondas engaged in mating rituals accompanied by three males vying for attention. Nature's dance unfolds before our eyes; it is both mesmerizing and humbling. Returning once more to our beloved Giant Anteater family unit - resting peacefully while sheltering their young behind protective tails - reminds us that even in harsh environments like Llanos, tenderness prevails amidst adversity. And there it is again. The magnificent Giant Anteater traverses these lands effortlessly – a true embodiment of strength and elegance within Llanos' diverse ecosystem. Finally, we come face-to-face with one of nature's most notorious predators - the Red-bellied Piranha.