Serengeti Cats - Bas de Kruif

Serengeti Cats

Serengeti National Park holds one of the largest lion population in Africa. This Masai Lions live in small prides. Adult animals normally weighted about 100 to 250 kilograms.

Leopards live more solitary. They are best spotted resting in trees. This is also the place their cache their kills. Leopards are generally most active between sunset and sunrise.

With burst speed above 110 km/h the Cheetah is the fastest. The Tanzanian Cheetah is marked vulnerable by the International Union of Conservation of Nature. These beautiful cats hunt during daytime by stalking their prey.

Servals are medium sized cats, active in the day as well as at night. They prefer wetlands and savannahs to hunt for rodents, small birds and reptiles.
October 2016   |  

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