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Denizens of swamps and rivers throughout much of northern South America, the smooth-fronted caiman (Paleosuchus trigonatus) is the second smallest species in the family Alligatoridae. The species has never been a major target for hunters due to its thick, boney scales, making for poor leather.

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Country of Expedition: -Guyana
Your Name: Andrew Snyder