Leopard Kill

by Irvine Eidelman
(Cape Town)



This is "Little Guy's" mother taken a year before. She pulled this springbok down at Houmoed water hole in Kgalagadi and then dragged it over 500 m over a dune. A spectacular sighting and experience.

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Jan 08, 2010
Wonderful sighting with super picture
by: Jane

I know so many people have been visiting parks like the Kalahari and Kruger for years and have never seen a kill. Irvine, do you know how fortunate you are!? VWD on getting a superb photo.

Dec 08, 2009
by: Stephen

This is the picture most photographers dream about! Just a leopard lolling in a tree is exciting but a leopard with a kill and in the open - too good!

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