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African Leopards

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(01-27-2021, 02:22 PM)This is indian leopard, not african. Wrote: Most beautiful and elegant animal in my opinion.

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Shepherd Tree male from Masai Mara, Kenya


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Leopard (big leopard the biggest I've ever seen)
Spotted on the last day game drive, heading for the gate. He drew quite a crowd, as he crossed the road.

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Male leopard camera trapped somewhere in the KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa


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DC Boss male


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Big male from Lake Naivasha National Park, Kenya


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Big boy from Laikipia, Kenya


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DC Boss/Golden Boy/Double Crossing male from Masai Mara, Kenya


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@Luipaard

Could you please repost the image of the "lion sized male leopard" known with the name Chui?
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(03-24-2021, 03:16 PM)LoveAnimals Wrote: @Luipaard

Could you please repost the image of the "lion sized male leopard" known with the name Chui?

He's a massive male from Masai Mara in Kenya


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Rekero Camp | Asilia Africa
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South african male.


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