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Leopards will often feed on their prey for a short while before storing it up in a tree. The rump is always the choicest part and often eaten first - this lightens the weight of the carcass and makes it easier to carry up a tree.

Leopards will often feed on their prey for a short while before storing it up in a tree. The rump is always the choicest part and often eaten first - this lightens the weight of the carcass and makes it easier to carry up a tree.

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Keywords:
Africa
Costal
Impala
Indigenous
Kruger National Park
Leopard
Londolozi
South Africa
Tropical
carcass
carnivore
death
hunt
kill
meat
nature’s balance
prey