Leopard with bat eared fox

by Sam Simson
(Umhlanga RSA)

Leopard with bat eared fox ..taken in Kalahari

Leopard with bat eared fox ..taken in Kalahari

One morning driving down the road in the Kalahari , to our surprise & pleasure, we saw this leopard with it's prey of a bat-eared fox cross the road in front of us!

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Oct 11, 2010
Miss the shot
by: Jill

I would have to agree with you James as I would probably still be fumbling for my camera and miss the shot completely. Good picture Sam

Oct 09, 2010
by: James

Well done on getting this photo - in most cases, with such rare sightings, people are so amazed that they forget to take the photo!

Oct 09, 2010
Great photo of two rare animals
by: Mario

Hi Sam and thanks for sharing such a super pic!

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