The leopard featured here is one of two donated to a wildlife preserve for rehabilitation and release into the wild. This leopard investigates and ultimately drags an impala meal back to the relative safety of the bush inside a reintroduction boma at a wildlife reserve in South Africa.
This subspecies is the African leopard. Ranging from Morocco throughout most of sub-Saharan Africa, it is the most common and widespread type of leopard in the world. A leopard’s fur is generally soft and thick, notably softer on the belly than on the back. Its skin color varies between individuals from pale yellow to dark golden with dark spots grouped in rosettes. Normally a solitary animal, adults associate only during the mating season.
Filmed in 5K 360.
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