Pantanal, Brazil with water levels rising by up to five metres. Pantanal, Brazil with water levels rising by up to five metres. - ImagesGram

Pantanal, Brazil with water levels rising by up to five metres.

The world’s largest freshwater wetland, the Pantanal covers more than 180,000 sq km of western Brazil and parts of Bolivia and Paraguay. This image shows one of its vast plains, 80% of which are inundated during the wet season – with water levels rising by up to five metres.
We meet the two inside a large cafeteria. Inevitably, given the planetary biceps we are confronted with, conversation soon turns to Hemsworth’s diet and fitness regime. “Lots of clean protein, lots of vegetables,” he says. “I’m on a very strict diet, and pretty strict workout programme.”
Photograph: Luciano Candisani/Getty Images/Minden Pictures.