As everyone watching National Geographic knows, leopards kill their prey on the ground and then they climb with it on a nearby tree, to protect their hard-earned meal from being poached by larger felines. And leopards have improved their hunting style to perfection over the course of countless millennia.
So one would expect that leopards would have also learned to recognize trees from other elevated platforms where they have no business climbing, like, say, rooftops. Well, it turns out that at least one leopard in India has not been paying attention when his mom was teaching him basic hunting skills and ends up finding himself confronted with an unusual situation.
And if you’ve been wondering what happens when a seriously irritated leopard climbs on a crowded rooftop, today is your day. Here is the answer.
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