A leopard hunting camp near Khwai River Lodge by Orient Express in Botswana, within the Moremi Game Reserve Wild. The leopard is a smart and strong feline related to lions, tigers and jaguars. Lives in sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa, Central Asia, India and China. However, in some places are threatened, especially in regions outside Africa. Leopard feels so comfortable in trees that usually carry their prey to the branches. So, keep them away from scavengers such as hyenas. Also hunting from tree branches, where thanks to its colorful disguises to perfection until the leaves gives somersault over his victim. These nocturnal predators also attack antelopes, deer and pigs sneaking through the tall grass. When human settlements, also hunt dogs and, occasionally, people. Leopards are strong swimmers and also feel very comfortable in that environment, where sometimes prey on fish or crabs. Females can have puppies at any time of year. They are usually grayish with barely visible spots. The mother hides her cubs and transported from one safe place to another until they are old enough to play and learn to hunt. The puppies live with their mother for about a year, the rest of his life lonely behave. Most leopards are yellow with dark spots. A black leopards, whose coat color appears uniform because specks barely distinguishable, they are often called black panthers.