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The Dangers Of Leopard Hunting In Africa

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Part four, another Leopard hunt.

 

https://www.fieldsportsmagazine.com/Shooting-Stalking/close-calls-part-4.html

 

Look at that wound!

 

what a great read , exciting right up to the attack , a brave man, with that cat clamped on his elbow , feck me it bust it with one bite , but as he said what real brave cats there are , to go in and attack anybody by them . just goes to show how powerful a male lion is , they kill Leopards regular by crunching there heads when they attack them . great read keep them coming :thumbs:

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Part four, another Leopard hunt.

 

https://www.fieldsportsmagazine.com/Shooting-Stalking/close-calls-part-4.html

 

Look at that wound!

 

what a great read , exciting right up to the attack , a brave man, with that cat clamped on his elbow , feck me it bust it with one bite , but as he said what real brave cats there are , to go in and attack anybody by them . just goes to show how powerful a male lion is , they kill Leopards regular by crunching there heads when they attack them . great read keep them coming :thumbs:

 

You need buck there

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a good story that

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You can tell when the porters start running its dangerous :laugh::laugh:

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Leopard hunting is an incredible experience, it is a pitty that South Africa didnt put out any permits for the last 2 years

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