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The Leopards of Sabi Sands

Listed under Wildlife in Northern Transvaal, South Africa.

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If you want to see leopards doing what leopards do, which is running, hunting in the long grass and lounging around in trees looking like boss of everything they survey, then this is one of the best places in the world to visit.

Though a private game reserve, there are no fences between Sabi Sands and the Kruger National Park so there are two million hectares of protected bushlands for the leopards and other wildlife to roam. These animals are some of the most relaxed semi-wild leopards you will find. They been featured in thousands of wildlife documentaries and are used to people to a certain extent.

There is a good chance you will also see elephants, buffalo, lions and rhinos.

Written by  Jodie Kimbah.

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