04 Jul, 2022
Spine Chilling Video Shows Leopard Hunting Baby Monkey in Panna Tiger Reserve, MP
A video going viral on Twitter shows how a hungry leopard climbs a tree to kill a baby monkey in Panna Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh. The clip shared by the Panna Tiger Reserve official handle has garnered nearly 14,000 views till now, leaving the audience amazed.
The spine-chilling video shows how a leopard is waiting for the perfect moment to pounce on a baby monkey, jumping on another tree to catch it. Though the big cat grabs the prey in its mouth, it falls from the tree for about eight feet. The video also shows that after falling from the tree the leopard is seen sitting comfortably with its food.
Several Twitter users reacted differently to the video along with praising the photographer who shot it. While a person wrote "Superb, only a very lucky one can shoot this," another said that it is a brute force of nature.
However, this is not the first time seeing the hunting skills of a leopard. Over the last few years, the internet has been flooded with several videos that show how a leopard is hunting a pet dog in a village nearby Panna Tiger Reserve or other animals in the park.
Speaking of Panna Tiger Reserve, it is an important part of Panna National Park, located in Madhya Pradesh, spread across an area of 543 square kilometres in Panna and Chhatarpur districts. Home to more than 200 species of birds and Bengal Tiger, Chital, Indian Leopard, Nilgai, Sambar deer and many more, it is a perfect place for tiger safari and many adventures.
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