When I spotted this Spectacled Caiman, it was facing to the wrong side. Instead of looking fiercely in my camera, it turned its whole body so I only got this side 'effect'. Luckily it did not swim away or disappeared under. That is usually their normal behavior when they are a bit fed up with my presence.
This Spectacled Caiman had also a perfect camouflage because when they lay still like this near the river edge, 8 out of 10 times you will successfully miss them.
This young bird of prey was a bit too far for my camera, but nonetheless still spotted. This was a young Grey-lined Hawk weeks after it left its comfy nest. When they are still young, they often are not aware of the danger surrounding them especially not when exposed. This young fellow was calling his mother constantly, begging for either attention or some free food. While I was heading in the direction from where the call came from I noticed this young bird of prey sitting high in a tree. We both spotted each other. The light was not great and the surrounding neither but this is called wildlife photography.