Amazingly, hundreds of people every month search online for “will a leopard attack a human”. Well the short answer is YES. Of all the ‘dangerous game’ species in Africa, leopards are the least likely to attack humans, but when they do it’s no joke! If they are put into a confrontational situation, are not likely to back down. As you’ll see in the leopard hunting video below, when they come, they come fast.
Leopard Attack Statistics
According to the Wildlife Conservation Society, leopard attacks on humans are rare, but they do occur. In India, for example, there were 431 leopard attacks on humans reported between 2015 and 2019. However, it’s important to note that these attacks were reported in areas where human activity and leopard habitats overlap.
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