Of all the predators that a hunter could come across in the forest, wild cats can be among the most deadly. Equipped with razor sharp claws and a powerful bite, these stealthy predators can shadow humans for long distances without ever being noticed. Sometimes however, they might decide that hunters do make good prey after all.

We don’t know if the below men were hunting for leopard or something else, but one of the large cats definitely found them.

Hunting wild cats, whether it be mountain lions and jaguars in the new world or leopards in the open savannas of Africa, can be dangerous business. This is what happens when a leopard hunt goes wrong.


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  • guest

    why were those POS hunting the leopard in the first place? killed a beautiful animal that was protecting its territory!!

    • Gary

      Tough time reading?

      The article specially states that it’s unknown what the hunters were hunting for.

  • paddy

    suck shit maggot, you got what you deserved. If you want to take on an animal, use youre bare hands, same as they do.

    • Gary

      Leopards don’t use their bare hands. They don’t have hands.

      The article specifically states that it’s not known what the hunters were going after.

  • Frank Hunter

    Good shooting guys, that had to be just a bit too close for you.

  • Rock Island Auction

    Wow! That is incredible footage!

  • P. G.

    Incredible hunt! I bet those underwear needed changing right quick !! LoL
    I wish people would realize that with out us hunters lots of animals would be long gone. Money that we hunters spend on equipment,licenses etc. goes to conservation. I wonder how much money these big mouthed animal activists spend to fund conservation!!! Bunch of dump dump people!
    Wake up people.
    Do people realize that a village of will live off that meat instead of the body rotting after a poacher has shot it..

    • Milad

      Just who would eat meat of a leopard,it’s a predator animal.
      Your argument would be acceptable if the animal was an antelope or any other ungulate (excluding Rhinos and Tapirs) but not a carnivorous animal !