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Thread: Spot the Leopard:Sariska!

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    Default Spot the Leopard:Sariska!

    This Leopard was observing its territory and it might have noticed the safari jeep at a distance.It is totally blend in with its surroundings and it would require keen eye sight as possessd by the safari guides to spot it!


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    It is not easy to spot a leopard as it can manage to camouflage itself well with its surroundings. Haven't been to Sariska for a long time. Thanks for sharing.

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    'What are you doing here, young man ?' - asked the Leopard.

    Sankar Bhai, How many leopard you have seen in Sariska during your stay ?
    Thanks for sharing, SaktiWild

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    Nice environmental composition. It blends so well with the tall dry grass. How long was your stay at Sariska? Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for the comments Saktiji,Sabyaji and Mrudulji....

    Saktiji we saw 4 leopards in two days.The memorable one was on the outskirts of Sariska and I have uploaded a link in the "Natural History" section.

    That means 3 Leopards inside Sariska.Mrudulji we stayed for two nights and took two safaris and in both safaris we saw Leopards.The Tiger remained elusive but came close to meeting one,but it didnt appear in front of us!

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