Didn't notice this before Karen. Good compilation of info on the leopards. This was probably my favorite anecdote about our friend repape from last November down in Mala Mala:
Daughter of the Campbell Koppies female leopard (stripe) – 30 November 2007
After leaving the cheetahs late in the morning, rangers bumped into the daughter of the Campbell Koppies female moving east towards Claredon dam. En route, she spotted a large black mamba and proceeded to torment it. She did eventually lose interest and moved south towards the largest Jackalberry in the area, climbed the tree and rested. One hopes that she shows more respect towards these deadly snakes in the future. Importantly, leopards generally have a healthy respect of snakes, but at the same time are quite good at killing them. Often the demise of the African Rock Python is at the hands of the leopard, in fact her sister killed a huge African Rock Python in early November.
Oh yeah, one question about the database. It has Mafufenyane listed as Karula's father, I'm just curious where you got that information? I thought both Rexon and Pieter (on different WE drives) had said they thought Karula was conceived by Safari with the prior resident male before Mafufenyane took control?