Monkey Hides From Leopard

This photo captures the moment one cheeky monkey managed to escape from a leopard by hiding underneath it. With only its tail poking out, the vervet monkey is practically invisible to the leopard, its natural predator, resting on the branch above. The nifty primate was captured in its daring adventure by South African safari photographer Chris Renshaw. Vervets grow up to 26 inches and live in packs of around 50 across the woodlands of East Africa.

This photo captures the moment one cheeky monkey managed to escape from a leopard by hiding underneath it. With only its tail poking out, the vervet monkey is practically invisible to the leopard, its natural predator, resting on the branch above. The nifty primate was captured in its daring adventure by South African safari photographer Chris Renshaw. Vervets grow up to 26 inches and live in packs of around 50 across the woodlands of East Africa.

This photo captures the moment one cheeky monkey managed to escape from a leopard by hiding underneath it. With only its tail poking out, the vervet monkey is practically invisible to the leopard, its natural predator, resting on the branch above. The nifty primate was captured in its daring adventure by South African safari photographer Chris Renshaw. Vervets grow up to 26 inches and live in packs of around 50 across the woodlands of East Africa.

This photo captures the moment one cheeky monkey managed to escape from a leopard by hiding underneath it. With only its tail poking out, the vervet monkey is practically invisible to the leopard, its natural predator, resting on the branch above. The nifty primate was captured in its daring adventure by South African safari photographer Chris Renshaw. Vervets grow up to 26 inches and live in packs of around 50 across the woodlands of East Africa.

This photo captures the moment one cheeky monkey managed to escape from a leopard by hiding underneath it. With only its tail poking out, the vervet monkey is practically invisible to the leopard, its natural predator, resting on the branch above. The nifty primate was captured in its daring adventure by South African safari photographer Chris Renshaw. Vervets grow up to 26 inches and live in packs of around 50 across the woodlands of East Africa.