A series of camera traps located in Petén captured very closely a jaguar playing in the jungle that resulted in a series of curious photos that look like selfies. What a Chilean! Without a doubt, nature never ceases to amaze us.

The photographs were shared by the park ranger Francisco Asturias and by the official account of the Petén National Park . Look at the photos.

Camera traps captured curious photographs of jaguars in Petén

The camera traps are a tool that allows to capture wild animals in their natural habitat and some of these have been placed at various strategic points in Petén , the result is incredible images of many species that roam the forests of Guatemala .

These are the photos of the Jaguar captured by camera traps:

Description of the photo: Close-up of a jaguar lying down in the jungle. (Credits: El Petenero Chapín)

Description of the photo: Close-up of the profile of a jaguar lying in the jungle. (Credits: El Petenero Chapín)

Description of the photo: The right eye of the jaguar lying in the jungle is closely observed. (Credits: El Petenero Chapín)