There’s strength in numbers, and this is particularly important for wild animals who would be defenseless on their own.
For example, a single river otter wouldn’t have a chance against a hungry jaguar. But what could a group of them do?
Photographer Daniel De Granville found that out for himself in Pantanel, Brazil, when he encountered this scene:
A hungry jaguar had approached the riverbank, where a group of river otters had gathered. The big cat had likely been looking for an easy meal, but the otters weren’t about to give it to him.
Instead, these feisty predators told the jaguar exactly what they thought about his presence there… and it worked. After the otters teamed up to intimidate the jaguar, the cat scurried away, opting instead to find an easier meal elsewhere.
You can watch the incredible moment below: