Nossob Leopard

by Robert

Kalahari Leopard

Kalahari Leopard

The best sighting for us has always been a leopard.

We were visiting the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and were driving along the Nossob river road when we saw a movement to our left.
A leopard had been sitting in a tree and when we drove past he decided to jump down from his branch and walk into the dunes.
If he had stayed in the tree we would have driven past him - I wonder how many other leopards we have driven past!?

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Jan 19, 2010
Nice composition...
by: Brett

Nice composition, with the animal walking into the frame from the bottom right, but the light is a bit harsh and it's a pity we cannot see the leopard's face.

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