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One great photo.


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This one is also beautiful, but it has to be looked by opening the link: https://www.davehammanphoto.com/dave-hamman-wildlife-prints/leopard-leaping
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( This post was last modified: 08-02-2020, 09:24 PM by Rishi )

(08-02-2020, 07:36 PM)Shadow Wrote: One great photo.


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This one is also beautiful, but it has to be looked by opening the link: https://www.davehammanphoto.com/dave-hamman-wildlife-prints/leopard-leaping

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Huge leopard skull from India. 28 cm (11 in) in basal length, and 20 cm (8 in) in breadth, and weighed 1,000 g (2 lb 4 oz)

https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item...5/mode/1up
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Page 1 - (Camp Pan Male, Short Tail Male, Tyson aka Marthly Male, Mafufanyane Male, Dudley Riverbank Female)

Page 2 - (Flockfield Female, Kikilezi Female, Lnyathini Male, Anderson Male, Robson's Male, Tugwaan Male [Bycycle Crossing Male]*)

Page 3 - (Kaxane Male, Makhotini Male aka Maxabene Male, Nyelethi Male, Piva Male aka Selati Male/Treehouse Male,  Accipiter Male, Kunyuma Male aka Senegal Bush Male, Flat Rock Male, Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate Male Leopard "Big Boy", "Houdini" [Male of Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate])

Page 4 - (Maliliwane Female, Ximpalapala Female, Tutlwa Female, Tjolo aka Rock Drift Male, Mhangeni Male aka Sand River Male, Emsagwen Male)

Page 5 -  (Airstrip Male aka Dudley Riverbank Male, Marthly Male aka Tyson, Tu-Tones Male aka Newington Male, Gowrie Male, Camp Pan Male [Again])

Page 6 - (Flat Rock Male [Again], Mbvala Male aka "Vin Diesel", Torchwood Male, Cyrus [A Central Kruger Male Leopard],  Wahu/Wahoo Male [Namibia], Kabaso [Male, Masai Mara, Kenya])



Note : Theses pages contains those individual leopards summary/life/informations. It also contains more. Aswell, the pages 7 and 8 contains videos, informations and data on leopards.
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Split Nose the male leopard from the Masai Mara

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