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The Leopard (Panthera pardus) is one of the most challenging animals to observe during a safari in Africa. Its solitary and shy personality leads it to take refuge in trees to remarry and hide from other predators. For this reason, among the Big Five, it is the most difficult to find.
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Leopards are solitary animals and spend most of their time alone and in trees. Each spotter has its territory and marks it leaving scratches on the trees, signs of urine smell, and feces to warn other leopards to stay away!
The only intrusion they tolerate is during the mating period. Leopards are very skilled climbers. They love to hide on tree branches or in caves during the day and hunt at night.
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They are powerful animals, capable of carrying up to 80 kg of prey on the branches, to prevent hyenas and other jackals from stealing their food.
The LeopardLeopard is a nocturnal animal. So they move mainly at night in search of food, to hunt. Once the prey spotted, it approaches with its legs bent and its head down, so as not to be seen.
It is considered the stalker of the savannah because it stalks its prey in silence and with great caution until it reaches 5/10 meters of distance. Then with a leap, he grabs his victim with a bite to the throat or neck and kills him.
The LeopardLeopard, even if it is difficult to find, is still present in the largest parks in Africa. In South Africa, at the Kruger National Park, the sightings of this feline are quite frequent.
In particular at the Sabi Sands Game Reserve. This reserve is located on the western border of Kruger National Park, with which it shares an unfenced border.
Botswana is also a great destination if the leopard sighting is a focal point of your trip. The Savuti and Linyat Reserves, between the Okavango and Chobe National Park, are excellent places for leopards. But the top one is in the Moremi Reserve, located in the eastern part of the Okavango Delta.
The Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is also a great place to observe this feline in its natural environment. The chances of seeing them increase towards the wooded river areas of the region, from July to November, when millions of wildebeests and zebras migrate northwards from the Serengeti and into the Mara Triangle.