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These owls might think they’re safe up in a tree, thirty feet off the ground, but the hungry leopard below shouldn’t be underestimated.

Crouched and waiting to spring into action down below, the leopard bolts up the tree in a flash before the owls have a chance to fly off. During the panic of the leopard trying to get into the nest, one of the owls flies off and escapes but the other isn’t so lucky.

It’s over as soon as it begins as the leopard latches onto the owl and starts stripping its feathers before eating the small meal it managed to grab.

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