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Born wild: Walking with leopards| 19mins
Director: NDTV | Producer: NDTV
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: India
Subject Tags: africa, animals as friends, asia, environment, india, science
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Of all the big cats, one of the most common misconceptions about leopards is that there are many of them around, that they are menace and are constantly in conflict with people. But the truth is, the leopard is one of the big cats which is the most elusive and superbly adaptable. So, it can live in close proximity with people and still survive. But there are not many of them out in the wild. In this episode, we try and find out what is it about this particular cat that creates the kind of conflict that people imagine exists, and what exactly is the truth about them? Also, how many of them are there?

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