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    Nikon 850+200-500, ISO 4000.F/8 ,1/200s , F/8 ,Sept 2021 ,Nagarhole .A couple of red necked vultures landing on its kill below, galvanized this leopard, into a sudden frenzied activity .
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    Leopard on move is a beautiful scene. The Image looks very lively.
    Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Looks like a stocky animal.Leopards have great strength and they hoist even 100kg weighing animal eadily on to trees.But strangely some tomes they dont hoist the kills they make.Very nice pic.

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    Such a nimble footed animal. Whenever I see a leopard preparing to descend, I wonder how many seconds it will pause before descending. I find the leopard is always focused. Its head doesn't move. I guess it calculates where it is going to place its feet and then descend. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice moment captured showing the leopard planning its decent. It would take only a couple of seconds to descent and if there is vegetation then getting it in clear while coming down becomes difficult. Did it try to climb up again with the kill? Look forward to more. Thanks for sharing.

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