Dinner: One of the Big FIve - leopards, lions, elephants, cape buffalo, and rhinoceros - leopards are the strongest of the cats ‘pound for pound’ and have an incredible ability to drag prey of the same weight up trees to avoid it being stolen by scavengers and vultures. They are notoriously secretive and have a more diverse diet than lions and are consequently much harder to spot as their hunting patterns are less predictable

Dinner: One of the Big FIve - leopards, lions, elephants, cape buffalo, and rhinoceros - leopards are the strongest of the cats ‘pound for pound’ and have an incredible ability to drag prey of the same weight up trees to avoid it being stolen by scavengers and vultures. They are notoriously secretive and have a more diverse diet than lions and are consequently much harder to spot as their hunting patterns are less predictable

Africa | 'A Helping Hand ~ should it say trunk '  Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa.

Africa | 'A Helping Hand ~ should it say trunk ' Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa.

Elephants in Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.  Photo: geoftheref via Flickr

Elephants in Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Photo: geoftheref via Flickr

EDIT: An article on a lioness who showed some remorse after killing a pregnant antelope. -   I'm sure my old Animal Behavior professor would disagree with this but I'm a firm believer that some animals can perceive complex emotions.

The lioness who showed remorse after realising it had killed a pregnant antelope

EDIT: An article on a lioness who showed some remorse after killing a pregnant antelope. - I'm sure my old Animal Behavior professor would disagree with this but I'm a firm believer that some animals can perceive complex emotions.

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