GOARD glodar plunged into a river to escape to dinner with a veiled jaguar.
The male captain took a drink on the shore when he attacked the big cat.
Swine "rat" went to the water before swimming on the other side.
Photographer Jeff Fout has captured the play of the Cuiaba River in Mato Grosso, Brazil.
75-year-old Jackson, in Wyoming, USA, said: "We were waiting in our boat for a hunting jaguar to appear for a long time. I saw a movement and I started to shoot.
"Capibara is well away from diving from the waterfront – the only hurt she had was scratching her nose to her nose.
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"Jaguars find it difficult to catch the captain because they can not swim.
"It was unbelievable to see a near miss – the jaguar was very close, but the captain failed to escape."
Male caps are the largest rodents in the world, weighing 10 and native to South America.
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