The rush hour doesn’t make anybody merry, particularly when you want to do something quickly.
It will be acceptable when you are in South Africa passing the street of Kruger National Park, one of the hazardous and at the same time beautiful areas in the world where savage creatures have liberty.
Both the native residents and visitors can notice such beasts as elephants, lions, panthers or rhinoceros when they ride through the reserve’s broad street.
Lately a family, passing this street got a great chance to see such a spectacle.
Early in that morning, when they came out from their encampment expecting to notice wildcats, the daddy Thinus Delport requested humorously to their girls to chant aloud in such a way that wildcats listen and emerge.
They did it and unexpectedly an awesome scene was unfolded before their eyes. Primary they saw a rush hour, later they knew that the guilty for it was leopard family.
The sweet mom leopard and her two awesome babies were attempting to pass the street when one of the small cubs who was perplexed and frightened, stood in the center of the street.
Mother panther was obligated to return when she noticed that her baby didn’t accompany her. It looked like that she spoke very quietly with her cub persuading her not to be afraid and join her.
Although the babies were very tired, they determined to rely on their mom, who was there forever to support them to pass the street and vanish in the brushes.
Finally the magnificent leopard and her kids passed the street favorably. It was a great chance for the Delport’s girls to get some great pictures of that evasive cat. You can see the video of the attractive leopard family below.