The silent eater in the jungle.
What do parrots, Ara's and monkeys have in common? Their way of eating. When they find a palm tree or an Inga tree full of nuts or fruits, they all 'attack' the food. While eating they drop most of the nuts and fruits, making their hiding spot visible.
The tapir on the other hand is quietly walking between the dense bushes and at the same time also quietly fills its stomach. I met one tapir who was feeding at the airstrip edge and this is what I saw.
Just the head of the tapir was visible. The rest of his body was hiding between the dense bushes. But enough to see how he gently is eating his lunch.