Nowadays, many people like photography. Even amateur photographers, when they encounter a subject they like, will focus on it and want to take good pictures.
In fact, veterinarian Xiao Ming admires those photographers who shoot animals in the wild. They are too courageous. After all, they are all life-threatening jobs. Let’s take a look at the short story shared by this netizen below.
This man is a photography enthusiast. He likes to take pictures of animals, especially dangerous animals. Although he is often in danger, he feels quite satisfied when he sees his results.
On this day, he came to a cheetah farm in Africa and wanted to take some photos of leopards. After he entered the farm, he found a relatively safe position and lay there to take pictures. While I was focusing on taking pictures, I felt a little itchy on my head, accompanied by a wet feeling, as if something was licking me. When he looked up, he didn't dare to move and was frozen in place.
It turned out that at some point, a leopard appeared beside me. It kept licking its head with its tongue, which scared the photographer and didn’t know what to do. Even the photography work was interrupted. stopped.
Veterinarian Xiao Ming wanted to say that fortunately this was just a cheetah on a farm. If it had been a wild cheetah, the man's life might not have been saved. But no matter where it is, as long as it is awake, veterinarian Xiao Ming will not dare to approach it.
However, it is precisely because of the brave spirit of these people that we can see some things that we cannot usually see. Just like the popular Tibetan Adventure King, he used his life to perform things that many people dare not do. , brought us a lot of scenery, but also sacrificed his life, which is very regrettable.
I hope everyone can put safety first when doing anything and cherish their ownlife. I also hope that those who can't think about it can get rid of their troubles as soon as possible, accept the world again, and don't give up their lives because of temporary difficulties. Veterinary surgeon Xiao Ming has always felt that as long as you are alive, there is hope.
Popular science from veterinarian Xiao Ming: The color of leopards’ fur is determined by the environment they live in. The colors and patterns on their bodies are all designed to help them camouflage. For example, leopards living in deserts usually have tawny or golden fur, while leopards living in snow-capped mountains have smoky gray fur and white bellies.
Leopards generally move alone and do not like to travel together. Male leopards generally have a wider range of activities than female leopards. They usually mark their territory through scratches or urine. They only mark their territory when they are in estrus. Only during this period do they allow other leopards to enter their territory.