Leopards rarely have the chance to prey on wolves in their natural state.
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Natural leopards rarely have the chance to prey on wolves, even for the weaker wolves like Indian wolves. But Canis lupus familiaris, a man-made subspecies of wolves, is much more vulnerable to leopards, and dog meat has even become one of the major food sources of leopards in parts of India.
Figure 8-9 is a failed Hunt - the leopard is too small, the dog is too big, and there is a group of wise men beside it to take pictures, and eventually the leopard abandons the difficult prey.