The Guides of Shenton Safaris work very hard to find the `much sought-after’ animals, using their training and skills to track them to where they are resting up, or using a keen, tuned-in eye to spot them in thick cover. Most animals in this park are habituated to the presence of humans in our Kaingo Camp vehicles and will tolerate their attentions, but sometimes the clicking of cameras is an unwanted intrusion into a mid-morning rest.

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  1. Kit September 23, 2015 at 3:41 pm - Reply

    Wonder if this was the leopard that charged a vehicle when Patrick was driving us to cross the river to Tafika last September? he was one seriously unhappy cat.

  2. art ryan September 23, 2015 at 3:28 am - Reply

    Is that the leopard that we saw on our last day up the tree with the impala and foetus Meyam?
    The one that jumped at the car?

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