One morning out in the open plains around Ndutu we found a fresh Wildebeest Carcass. A few Tawny Eagles were flying nearby while across the valley some Lions were in honeymoon. As we searched the surrounding grasslands we found a Leopard walking towards the carcass in the soft morning light. As the Leopard came out of the tall grass another Leopard appeared further ahead and the two came together. They were a mother and son. They were obviously wary of our presence and remained for a long time hidden in the tall grass with only their heads and tail occasionally popping out. Finally the young male decided he could risk the exposure for a good feed on the carcass. He walked out of the grass with his belly touching the ground and proceeded to feed. As we watched him, a lone Cheetah appeared in the distance and walked on in the plains. We later caught up with her and saw her try to hunt a herd of Gazelles.