Stunned by National Geographic wildlife photographer Shaaz Jung’s work, Kareena Kapoor Khan re-shared BBC News post on the gram.
Kareena posted beautiful pictures of a black panther and welcomed him to the Indian jungle. These series of pictures stand as proof that there is a hidden gem in the dense forests, roaming around freely from years that we were unaware of but has been spotted recently. Kudos Shaaz Jung!
Looking like real life Bhageera from ‘The Jungle Book’, Shaaz Jung spent ten hours everyday for three years to track down the black panther in the South Indian forests. First spotted in 2015, this was a lifetime opportunity for the photographer to document and learn about this big cat.
Giving a glimpse of this documentation, Kareena Kapoor Khan wanted the netizens to also know about this yellowish green eyed fierce animal. Have a look and be in awe of this majestic black panther in his natural surroundings:
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Welcome to the jungle by @shaazjung… Absolutely brilliant stuff ❤️❤️👍🏻👍🏻 #Repost @bbcnews . . . These stunning pictures of a black panther are the result of years of hard work for wildlife filmmaker and photographer Shaaz Jung (@shaazjung). He spent “ten hours a day, everyday for three years” tracking it in the dense forests of South India. Shaaz says the young melanistic leopard was first spotted in 2015 as it began to establish his terrority giving him “a once in a lifetime opportunity to document and understand one of the world's most elusive big cats.” He adds “everyday was a journey into the unknown as we attempted to unravel the secrets of the enigmatic black panther… We documented him hunting, fighting, courting and surviving… It's been an incredible journey.” (📸 Shaaz Jung) #blackpanther #bigcats #wildlifephotography #nature #bbcnews