Leopard in camelthorn tree

by Don



This leopard was resting in a camelthorn tree at the end of the lower dune road, about 20 kilometers from KK camp. A car had stopped near the tree and we stopped and asked them what they were looking at - they replied 'a leopard'. It then took us about a minute to find her as she was so well hidden in the tree.

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Jan 28, 2010
It pays to be friendly
by: Everhard

It pays to chat to other visitors!! This is why we prefer the Kgalagadi to the Kruger - in the Kruger people tend to be too busy to chat and they race around, while in the Kgalagadi the pace is relaxed and the enjoyemnt factor is much greater.
By the way, very nice photo!

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