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The Dudley Riverbank female basks in the morning light beneath a duiker kill she had made the night before. A golden rule of photography is never to shoot into the sun, but rules are made to be broken, as this photo shows. Taken facing east, into the morning sun, the backlighting of the leopard softens the picture nicely.  Written and Photographed by James Tyrrell.

Leopards are carnivores. They can be found in sub-Saharan Africa and parts of Asia. There has been as many as 27 leopard subspecies ever found. In it was estimated that there was about leopards left in the world. Examples of Predators: Lions