Photo from our June 2014 Safari in Serengeti //
A beautiful leopard was spotted on my way to Dunia Camp near Moru Kopjes on our Safari right before the heavy rainfall.
Leopard are usually solitary animals. They tend to hunt alone and are known to drag their prey on a tree limp to keep it away from other scavengers. They are also maternal and will care for their young until they are ready to hunt on their own.
I was happy to spot a leopard in South Central Serengeti. My guide Reuben at Olakira Camp told me his colleage Baraka spotted a coupling leopard pair with an offspring close by in Northern Serengeti. I missed it by a couple of hours – Reuben was on his way to Kogatende airstrip to come pick me up from Arusha.
There is always next time!
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