Leopards are the hardest of the Big Five to find. (The other four are elephant, buffalo, rhino and lion.) They are smaller and solitary, and they generally hide out during the day and hunt at night.
We found a mother leopard and her cub at DumaTau.
The mother had a slight limp and the cub was a bit scrawny. The mother's injury probably
slowed her down and hindered her hunting. They could both use a kill soon.