The six-month old cub of the Kikileze female found what looks like a piece of tattered cloth somewhere in the bush, and practiced his prey-hoisting skills by dragging it up into a tree with him. Leopards store their prey differently from other big cats. They are adept tree climbers, and will hoist their prey into a trees branches to protect it from other predators.
This awesome footage – captured by Pieter van Wyk – will amuse and entertain! Enjoy!