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March 2, 1997 | JON K. TILLINGHAST, Tillinghast is an attorney and freelance journalist from Juneau, Alaska
The leopard had killed an aardvark roughly its own weight and pulled the carcass up a sausage tree. There it was safe from the hyenas gathered at the tree's base, and from the pride of 22 lions whose territory the leopard shared. The night after the kill, the leopard lay sprawled across a limb of that tree, the aardvark devoured. There was no need for the leopard to hunt that night, and no reason to stir when our Land Cruiser paused to admire him.
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