Why Leopards Rest on Trees
Leopards love to spend time resting on trees during the day?
They stay on branches of trees to hide from predators and prevent other animals from stealing their kill. Thanks to their strong jaws and huge skulls, leopards can skillfully climb trees with their heavy prey, However, leopards are also notoriously shy and elusive, spending most of their time in the forest’s shadows. For these reasons, leopards have long had reputations for being cunning and dangerous predators… But if you look directly into their Eyes ,
The leopard relies so heavily on its camouflage, it will lie dead still until the absolute last second, hoping you will not see it and simply pass it by. Believe me, this happens. If you do see it and look it in the eye, it knows it’s cover has been blown and has to react. “Flight or Fight” response…..