No fast food here – A Londolozi Leopard’s ordeal just to get a good meal. One thing you won’t see at the zoo is a leopard killing its prey and then climbing 50 feet above the ground to stash it on a top branch of a nearby tree.
This featured video provides an inside look at a recent safari expedition to Londolozi in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Take a look at how the 13-year-old Camp Pan Male Leopard cleans and then stashes his most recent kill.
Watch what this intelligent, fierce and undeniably beautiful leopard must do to survive in the wild and make sure he will not lose his meal to hyenas or lions in the area. Under the guidance of our ranger, David Dampier, we observed the Camp Pan Male for three hours in its natural habitat, recording the preparation, meal and then storage of a one-year-old impala.
Written, Filmed & Photographed by: Lauren Major (Founder of Major Multimedia)