Leopard and cub

by Per
(Denmark)



We had waited 2 hours at Houmoed waterhole hoping that a leopard would come Down to drink.

At last we had to leave for the camp but on our way to Twee Rivieren camp we saw a leopard female and her cub. We coluldn't get a decent Picture of the 2 of them together, but we managed to get some nice Photos of them anyway
/Per

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Aug 15, 2015
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Small female!
by: Bill

Both leopards look small but the one side-on does look younger. Lovely sighting and clear pics!

Aug 12, 2015
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Very rewarding
by: Jenny

So glad you got to see two leopards after your 2 hour wait....very rewarding indeed. Love the pics thanks for sharing them Per.

Aug 09, 2015
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Cub
by: Per

The one with the side to the camera is the cub

Aug 09, 2015
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Great sighting in great light!
by: Mario

Your patience was eventually rewarded Per, just not where you expected it!

Aug 09, 2015
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What a great sighting!
by: Hennie

Which one is the cub?

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