Trying to attack the giant hedgehog cost the leopard a lot of money. That is, its life also lost with the hedgehog.
Immediately, it rushed to attack in the hope of killing the hedgehog to have a hearty meal.
However, it was this action that made the leopard pay with his life.
Although he was able to kill the hedgehog, having too many porcupine feathers stuck to his body caused the leopard to both lose blood and suffer severe pain.
In the end, it had to crawl for its life from exhaustion. It is known that this scene was accidentally captured by photographer Sharon Thistleton Mealor while visiting Kruger National Park in South Africa.