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Rare strawberry leopard spotted in South Africa

to connectVideoStray leopard is the worst in India, and the attacks of four people

According to reports, a wandering leopard found its way into a residential neighborhood in the northern part of India, and attacked four people. Some of the residents in the city of Jalandhar, notified the police when she saw the large cat in front of a house. When the forest officials arrived, they tried to tranquilize it, but it escapes over the wall and into the village, sending the locals running for their lives.

A few of the captured stunning footage of a rare “strawberry” leopard feasting on a dead giraffe at a South African game reserve.

The images of the leopards, named for the reddish-coloured hair, which were caught on a motion-sensitive camera set up by Alan Watson, 45, and his wife, Lynsey, and 41, on the Thaba Tholo Wilderness Reserve, at the end of July. The couple with the camera tethered to a tree in the vicinity of a dead giraffe which died after an “intense” storm, according to the BRITISH outlet, SWNS, in the hope of capturing images of scavenging for their next meal.

The photos are said to be the first of the “strawberry” leopard has to eat it in the wild, according to the Daily Mail.

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“We thought We could get a photo of the leaves of grass,” said Alan, of the product of the images.
(Black-Leopard-Mountain-Lodge / SWNS)

“We thought We could get a photo of the leaves of grass,” Alan told SWNS, the interpretation of the impact of the recording of the particular creature on the camera.

“As far as I know, this is the rarest color of the leopard in the world. We hope that they will take care of for people who are new to the lodge,” Alan, the owner of the Black Leopard, and Mountain Lodge, which is located in the reserve.

“A lot of people come to spot wildlife in the area is going to go away disappointed not to have seen an elusive leopard. They are so well camouflaged, and are incredibly elusive. Even those who, when they were going by in the tall grass you could not see them,” he continued. “If they don’t want to be seen, and you do not want to see her.”

The leopard has been spotted at the end of July.
(Black-Leopard-Mountain-Lodge/ SWNS)

The “strawberry” leopard has been reported for the first time, discovered it in 2012, when one was seen in the vicinity of the border of the okavango delta, according to SWNS.

The cats are probably pink-tinged due to a genetic mutation called erythrism. The change, according to a 2013 National Geographic traveler’s blog post, which is caused by a recessive gene similar to that which affects albino animals.”

In this case, however, the mutation results in the animal overproduces the red pigments, or underproduces the dark pigment.

These large cats are likely to be pink in color due to a genetic mutation called erythrism. (Black-Leopard-Mountain-Lodge/ SWNS)

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In humans, erythrism may be responsible, at least in part, for the red hair and freckles, according to the Huffington Post.

Separately, in a pink grasshopper with the same mutation, has recently been spotted in an English garden.

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