The African Serengeti Park is home to many species of animals, and BBC One operators have been filming here for years.
Many animals have their own names, and the heroes of the recent film were the leopard family with babies Mzuri and Dada, as well as the hyena Zalika.
The mother led her cubs to a large tree with a spreading crown: the kittens need to learn how to flawlessly and quickly climb the branches. This is one of the most important skills in leopards: here they hide their prey and hide from other predators.
Learning is not easy: the kids continue to play with each other, lose their balance and almost fall to the ground, but the mother picks them up in time and continues the lesson.
The noise of the fuss attracted the hyena: if she is lucky, she can grab the cub and try to hide from the chase.
Time passes, she patiently waits for her chance, but then a herd of buffaloes appears on the horizon, and one of them decisively heads in this direction.
A flock of hyenas often attacks buffaloes, choosing a young or weakened individual. In turn, a large herd feels its advantage and, at the sight of predators, tries to drive them away.
Realizing that in this case, luck will no longer smile at her, Zalika goes home, and the family of leopards continues to explore all the possibilities that the tree gives him.