OKAVANGO DELTA BOTSWANA - Caron Steele


A leopard descending from a high tree in Botswana after devouring her prey. Small kills are usually eaten immediately, while larger carcasses like the antelope this leopard has just fed on are often dragged over several hundred metres and safely cached tin a tree to be consumed. Amazingly they can drag a carcass over twice their body weight up into a tree.

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