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The remains of a warthog boar draped over a tree branch, courtesy of a local leopard who fed on the remains for 2 days before moving on.

Leopards are expert climbers.

They’ll often use this mastery to remove their lunch from the playing field altogether by lugging it up a tree, denying any would-be kleptoparasites (animals that steal prey from other animals) an easy lunch.

They do this so often, that sustaining an injury via decomposing carcass literally death raining back to the earth is a real (albeit slim) possibility if you ever find yourself wandering the leopards native terrain.



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