My Pantanal| 9mins
Director: Andrea Heydlauff | Producer: Panthera
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United States
My Pantanal is a film about a boy named Aerenilso, who lives on a fazenda (a ranch) in the Pantanal, the world’s largest and wildest wetland. We see through his viewpoint what it’s like to be a Pantaniero, riding his horse, working on the farm, and exploring this incredible landscape that is teeming with wildlife, including the jaguar. Jaguars have been hunted there by people for centuries but Aerenilso’s ranch is different. He lives on a conservation ranch where the cowboys and Panthera's scientists are working together to show that ranching and jaguars can coexist in that landscape.
My Pantanal | 9mins
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