A leopard rests after feeding on an impala, which it had dragged into a tree. It took two and a half days for the leopard to eat the entire impala. This image was made out of a rental car window in Kruger National Park, South Africa. For a totally affordable taste of African wildlife, check out this months issue of Traveler magazine, on newsstands. It has tips for traveling to and where to stay in Kruger and @sabisabireserve. #sabisabi / #EarthLodge / #sabisabireserve / #natgeolodges / #natgeoexpeditions / #kruger
Imagine the breath? Actually what is more impressive is a hyena's jaw strength. While in South Luangwa National Park, I watched a pair of hyenas finish off the spine and rib cage of a puku. They crunched through bone like it was a crisp piece of bacon.
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What's for dinner? This pack of African wild dogs discovered a puku killed by a leopard earlier in the morning. And since the leopard wasn't smart enough to take it up a tree, the wild dogs devoured it in about 30 minutes—as the treed leopard looked on.
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Photo by @kengeiger, shot on assignment for @natgeotravel and @natgeoexpeditions#natgeolodges#natgeoexpeditions