You can spend a lifetime in the bush and never see anything quite like this showdown between three predators with very different techniques.
Usually, you have to head out for a game drive to spot one of the more elusive members of the Big Five. Not always, though.
Whilst you’re unlikely to see one of those elusive Cape leopards yourself, in other parts of the country, their larger counterparts can arrive at your doorstep.
Whilst we know that this footage was captured on the Garden Route, the exact location of the sighting has not been disclosed.
The cat was caught letting loose in the mountain range near L’Ormarins, the main estate in the Anthonij Rupert Wyne portfolio in Franschhoek.
If a game drive produces either a leopard or a python, you can count yourself pretty fortunate. How about both, involved in a duel?
In what has been described as a classic example of “The enemy of my enemy is my friend”, two Pilansberg leopards duked it out for their next meal.
Stop whatever you’re doing and look at the gorgeous pics of this rare African black leopard spotted in Kenya.
I don’t want to ruin the ending here, but I’m guessing you have a good idea about who is going to come out tops.
Six villagers in the northern Indian city of Jalandhar were injured, before the leopard was eventually caught and tranquilised.
Usually, your best chance of seeing the big cats being active is to wake up early and get out of the camp. Sometimes, though, the action comes to you.
There are a number of big cats around the world that inspire awe and fear, but if you’re after the deadliest you’ll need to look a little closer.
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is a must visit for large cat lovers, with lion, cheetah and leopard sightings a regular occurrence. Preferably not this up close and personal, though.
Leopards are usually quick to flee when confronted with humans, but this cat was obviously pretty over the crowd of onlookers.
A leopard may sit well above the porcupine on the food chain, but that doesn’t always mean the cat will always have its way. Eina.
Over the past few years we’ve seen a number of pictures and videos of the elusive Gordon’s Bay leopard, but this footage is actually rather alarming.
Betty’s Bay may be home to the African penguin, but it’s now trying to make room for a leopard, too – check it out.
Residents of Betty’s Bay are divided on whether or not a recent killing spree was part of nature’s plan. Decide for yourself.
We know that part of Africa’s appeal lies in the beasts that call it home, but sometimes we really do get too close for comfort.
Here at home we marvel at big cats like leopards and lions, but over in the remote mountain regions of Eurasia they have this gem hidden up their sleeves.
The schoolyard is not quite the leopard’s natural habitat, so as you can imagine this poor beast became rather enraged.
It must be a lonely existence for the cat dubbed El Jefe, the only known jaguar in the whole of the United States. What a beaut though.
Kruger National Park was the scene of a rather unusual occurrence, a leopard and a tiny impala putting instinct aside and playing nice.
They may be stealthy predators by night but this leopard hasn’t exactly covered itself in glory. Not your finest moment big guy.
News broke last week of a leopard in the Kruger National Park attacking a guide before being run over by his vehicle and put down. This footage shows exactly how that happened.
It’s not often you get to attack your natural enemy from beyond the grave, but that’s exactly what this zebra managed to do…