Leopards of Masai Mara National Park
Leopards in Masai Mara National Park- The reserve is popular for the big cats and it presents the best opportunities for spotting these predators and other predators which are hard to see and you might need the eagles to view to see easily these predators and these include the leopards.
The leopards called panther Pardus scientifically and it the shiniest animal and dangerous predators or cat that you can find in the Masai Mara National Park some of the portions of the regions of the Masai Mara National Park were named after the leopards especially the Leopard Gorge which is situated near the water point that attracts several animals species such as impalas, warthogs, and several other that come to drink water especially during dry periods of the day.
The leopard Gorge is a bit rocky and it has different tree species including the big fig tree species and these are good grounds for the leopards for either breeding or hiding their young ones. The young ones are hidden in caves while the older leopards stay in the bigger trees as they can easily view and spot their prey.
Mostly leopard prefer climbing the trees with the fresh especially killing and they eat in the top of the tress and this makes the trees so wonderful. After eating, they can easily keep their remains for the next day away from the lions and other cats and predators such as hyenas.
While in the wild it is hard to separate the female leopards from the male leopards since all tend to be the same. The minimal difference between the two animals can be unveiled to you by the rangers by their strong body and then the muscular body and front legs.
Leopards are strong which can be witnessed by them carrying their pry up to the top of the trees even those that are bigger than them.
Usually, the leopards produce one to two cubs after 3 months and the cup will be drinking milk up to about seventy 2 days when they are introduced to meat as they still break feed until they reach 100 days when they can actually depend on the meat or fresh now.
In Masai Mara National Reserve the famous leopard is called Bella that is always seen moving around Talek River with the half tail that makes it easily differentiated from other leopards and this leopard has been habituated by different film crew members.
Leopards like staying in the wooden savannah and rocky parts of the Masai Mara National Reserve where they can easily encounter the prey and you see the great hunting skills and climbing skills showcased by the this beautiful creature.