Leopard photo gallery by Greg du Toit
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 Greg du Toit has spent years photographing the elusive African leopard in its element - the dark of the African night.
Greg du Toit is a wildlife photographer and eighth-generation African who has lived and worked in some of the continent's largest and wildest ecosystems.
He has spent three years tracking wild leopards in South Africa.
Greg believes that the leopard’s very elusiveness may contribute to threats to its future – if an animal is not seen, then it cannot be appreciated, and an animal that is not appreciated will not be conserved.
To find out more about Greg's predator photography workshops in Africa click here.