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Acacia Lookout

Acacia Lookout

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania


African Leopards utilize trees for survival where you can often find them resting. Although difficult to spot, they are usually given away by their tails hanging down from a branch. If not up in a tree, leopards are usually found resting nearby the base of a tree where they can climb to safety when needed. With their amazing climbing skills, leopards have learned to utilize trees to protect their kills, rest, and as a vantage point to scan the surrounding plans. In this image, a male leopard casually climbed this acacia for a higher vantage point to scan for prey.


Edition of 250

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