Big cats are at the upper part of the food chain in their natural habitats.
They work hard to bring down prey, and it expends most of their energy to find something to feed and make it happen. That’s why Mvula, a leopard in South Africa’s Kruger National Park, must have been thrilled to find a full zebra carcass, totally untouched, in the park.
Not one to turn down a free banquet, the leopard was filmed by tourists biting into the soft tissue of the zebra’s belly, merely to get the surprise of a lifetime.
The leopard bit in just the right place to be completely sprayed in the face by intestinal fluid. Gross!