Over the craggy peaks and across the frozen tundra, the snow leopard hunts its next meal. In such remote locations food is scarce, and the leopard must rely upon its keen eyesight and talent for camouflage. Patience pays off, and a tiny field mouse scampers into the open. Digging its claws into the snow for traction, the snow leopard calculates the precise trajectory needed for the kill. And in one mighty leap…
… the snow leopard learns you don’t want to rush those calculations.
Found by Andrew D. at Zooborns, and you definitely want to click for the full story.
“Hello, is this the auto club? We’ve had a bit of a flat tire out here in the middle of nowhere and we need you to send someone out to change it. Oh, and if your mechanic has a can of lion repellent, that would be a good idea.”