Young Leopard Steals Kill From Mother – Africa – BBC Earth

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Young leopard must learn how to fend for itself in the Kalahari Desert. Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BBCEarth

The word Kalahari is derived from a word meaning the great thirst. In this part of Africa, food is scarce and this young Leopard but learn the kills needed to survive. Even if that means stealing a kill from its mother!

Taken from Africa

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  1. Beautiful filming, but BBC wildlife documentaries use music and narration that treats viewers like idiots. Shame. Makes it unwatchable

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