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Leopards often hunt in thick vegetation, then stash their kills in trees—or do they? Evidence from tens of thousands of years ago, and from today, shows that leopards use caves far more often.
“In contrast to the ‘leopard in the tree’ idea that these cats cache their kills in large branches,” said scientist Darryl de Ruiter of Texas A&M University, “they may prefer to use the deep recesses of caves.” Vultures, hyenas, and lions, which might steal a leopard’s kill, don’t go there, he added. “In a cave, a leopard has it made.”
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