Predator's eyesight
Leopards have astonishing vision capabilities, allowing them to hunt both during the day and at night. Their pupils can expand extremely wide, and the rods in the retina are exceptionally sensitive to low light intensity. These unique traits enable leopards to see at night up to seven times better than humans. No prey can hide from their penetrating gaze. The only hope for potential victims is to spot the predator early enough to escape before the leopard launches a sudden attack.
Chitabe, Botswana
FE 400mm F2.8 GM OSS
400mm ƒ/2.8 1/1250 ISO 2000