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Leopards are known to be opportunistic hunters. They will take almost any prey and that is what allows them to be the most successful of all the big cats. But imagine how surprised we were to find a leopard in the tree tops feeding on a vulture. Now, we didn't see the kill occur and so I don't know where exactly the kill was made. Since there was no nest I don't think this was a juvenile snatched from a nest and it looks like the carcass is a bit high to have been stashed there so I suspect it was killed there. Maybe the leopard took advantage of some roosting vultures that were there from a previous kill.
So, while not the greatest images, sometimes documentary shots add to our understanding of predator-prey relationships.