Each year 15,000 to 20,000 sea turtles find there way ashore in attempt to lay their eggs in the warm, tropical sands of Costa Rica’s beaches while thousands of tourist do their best to stop them.

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While the turtles might make for great photo opportunities for tourist…

..and the occasional flotation device…

…for jaguars, the procession of slow moving marine animals make for a reliable source of protein.

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In the raw video we have uploaded below, a Jaguar can be seen making a proper meal out of a sea turtle’s head before being startled by a sound made by the video’s original uploader. 

What the…..?
No, no, nooooooooooo!

Through the use of advanced technology, unpaid interns and Youtube, The Costa Rica Post has managed to enhance the audio of the amazing video enough to be able to pinpoint the exact sound that set the majestic creature off. Listen closely and tell us if you agree.