Joel Sartore on wild cats: Felines that lurk in the shadows
” Years ago, in the Bolivian Amazon, a jaguar came so close to my photographer’s blind I could hear her breathing.
But she didn’t make a sound with her feet; not one leaf crunched or twig snapped. As an ambush hunter, she must be either completely silent or starve to death.
She vanished into the foliage as if walking on air.”