one sip at a time

Sri Lankan leopard crunching its thirst from the waterhole in Yala National Park. 

After having a successful day of few leopards sightings in the morning we were in search for more leopards in the afternoon. Then we got alerted by the fellow trackers that there has been a leopard sighting and we too rushed to the area that notified by the fellow tackers. For our luck this male leopard came out from the thicket to have his evening drink from the waterhole. 

Taken at Yala National Park - Sri Lanka
Scientific name: Panthera pardus kotiya
Conservation status: Endangered (Population decreasing)

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