“On our drive, we had seen a few elephants but I was really looking forward to showing my group of five guests a leopard,” Wulfsohn told wildlife sighting website Latest Sightings.
“When Joel, one of the other rangers called in that he had found a female leopard not far from the lodge, I quickly responded to the sighting,” Wulfsohn added.
When the group arrived at the scene they saw the leopard moving slowly through some trees and then realized there was a young honey badger just 10 meters (32 feet) away. That was when Wulfsohn started to film.
“The leopard stalked closer and closer until its nose was practically touching the rear end of the badger,” Wulfsohn said. “The leopard launched its attack in a fury of claw and tooth with the small badger fighting bravely and valiantly but not really a match for the leopard.”