Feisty little forest caiman! Patrick Champagne, a long-term Fauna Forever intern from Canada, tells us some very interesting facts about these little (second smallest alligator on Earth), smooth-fronted caiman (Paleosuchus trigonatus). Filmed at Amazon Center (http://www.amazoncenter.org), Smooth Fronted Caiman is the third episode of a new series of short educational films co-created by a young team of scientists and artists, aimed to engage youth around the world in Amazon research and conservation.
Produced by Leo Plunkett at Relevant Films (http://www.relevantfilms.co.uk) in association with Fauna Forever Volunteer Programs (http://www.faunaforever.org).
Music by Tab and Anitek (https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Music-of-Tab-Anitek/151807674852138)
Scripted and presented by Patrick Champagne
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