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May 22, 2017

Sharing A Water Resource in Wild Nature

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Edited: May 22, 2017

I simply had to copy and paste this from my son's post in the blog:

 

"From there we walked to find water, only to find it occupied by a big elephant bull. We sat on the banks watching him with the wind blowing our scent directly toward him. He was not bothered and after about 20 minutes he calmly walked past us, not 12 yards from where we were sitting. Unbelievable experience."

 

"Going to collect water [the next] day showed very clear evidence that a male leopard visited the water hole during the night as well":

 

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