Taking pictures of wildlife in the jungle isn't easy, which is why a lot of photographers set up 'trap' cameras. But every now and then, you end up attracting the wrong species altogether. Photographer Jeff Cremer set up his Canon EOS 7D overnight, in the hopes of capturing a jaguar in the jungles of Peru. His companion on the shoot, Phil Torres explains what happened when they went back in the morning, to check on the setup.

It's never pleasant seeing an expensive camera get destroyed but quite honestly we're more concerned about the health of the leaf-cutter ants after chewing through all of that plastic. Also, sorry Phil, but that's not how Gorrillapods got their name