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The story of a rock kopje in the northern Serengeti, and daily life in the Serengeti's best new camp hidden within it.
It was a lovely morning watching two Leopards eat in a tree, unfortunatey, the big male kept to himself in the dense branches, but the younger Leopard was much more active.
Our best view of the younger one climbing down the tree
Coming down to go to the Loo! (We found out after)
A few minutes spent by this small termite mound, before a few chunks of bones and meat fell from the tree that needed to be investigated.
After spending a few minutes munching on some scraps, this Leopard decided to climb back up the tree
It's amazing how effortlessly they make climbing look
One last leap
You can now see the leg of an Oribi hanging in the tree. It was here the Leopard dissapeared into the branches and continued eating.
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