Video: Leopard Charges Truck And All Hell Breaks Loose!

Let your guard down on this trip, and you might find a place in the food chain.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on December 26, 2017

Let your guard down on this trip, and you might find a place in the food chain.

This is no ‘nice kitty’ wanting its tummy rubbed.

Ready or not, it’s coming in at a full charge.

If your wits are about you, and your reflexes sharp, you can survive to tell the tale.

Jeff Rann and client get a big surprise while hunting in Botswana.

WARNING: Graphic violence and language!

This particular copy of the footage has a lot of seething anti-hunters in the comment section, and was posted by someone who seems to REALLY dislike hunting

But one of the replies to the mocking tree-humpers was worth quoting:

There is no contingency in the law for Wounding an animal then being able to kill it after. If you shoot an animal, you must have a tag for it, as in this case. It currently costs around 15,000 USD to hunt a leopard. 15 Thousand dollars. When did you last donate 15 grand to conservation efforts in africa? because this hunter just did.

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Everyone does that.

You need to Do Epic Sh-t.

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