Leopard near Tshokwane

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary Fl U.S.A.)

Peeping Tom?

Peeping Tom?

Peeping Tom?
Leopard in tree
leopard in tree 2
Leopard in tree 3

After eating lunch at Tshokwane Sherry had an interesting experience while going to the ladies room. See photo one.

We headed north and spotted a leopard in a tree down near the river. The cat was quite some distance away, but the photos are not too bad. Hope you enjoy.
On this trip we saw and photographed 7 leopards in Kruger - five between Croc Bridge and Lower Sabie! But I like this one best.

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Feb 12, 2014
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by: Bob Shepardson

Yes it is most certainly is an elephant, and a large one at that. While monkeys, Baboon and bushbuck are normal there this big guy was a surprise.

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Excellent leopard images!
by: Deon

Ja - the picnic sites are unfenced so you could encounter anything when going to the toilets!

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really great
by: Jen

wow Bob you and Sherry have had some really great sightings,love the pics. In pic one is that an elephant?

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