Gentle Steps

by Irvine Eidelman
(Cape Town)

Leopard cub

Leopard cub

A little guy at dusk taking very gentle steps

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Jan 28, 2010
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Little Guy
by: Anonymous

Thanks Mario

We have been very lucky with little guy and his mom. We have seen the mom on several occasions and mostly within an 18 km radius of Twee Rivieren. This year she had a small cub and they could be seen daily about 2 km from Twee Rivieren on the rocky crags on left of road. The mother is easily identified - her bottom right canine is broken.

How do we spot her -- no secret - she and the cubs are just there.

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Another great picture!
by: Mario

Hey Irv - another great picture! How do you get to see this leopard and his mother on every trip you make to the Kgalagadi - what is the process for making an appointment with them?
Please let us in on your secret!

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