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Leopard interaction with big grass eating animals

India sanjay Offline
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I don't know, If any other suitable thread exist for this type of posts. I would like to post the interaction of Leopards with big grass eating animals (herbivores) like Buffalo, Rhino, Elephant, Giraffe and Bison...

I will start with an interesting video I found on YouTube, which I think is very interesting to watch. In this video a probably young leopard comes near to resting nomad cafe buffalo herd, in seems that both were not very much bothered by each other presence. Specially Cafe buffalo for being known as aggressive by nature, didn't react at all, they completely ignore the leopard and allow him to come close that much.




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( This post was last modified: 02-20-2018, 12:59 PM by AlexE )





Attack on Buffalo by Sub Adult Female Leopard at Yala National Park, Sri Lanka




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