This is Boyke, the ocelot resident of Kabalebo. Since 2013 he comes by frequently for a nice treat. He is also used to our presence, but that does not mean that he likes to share his meal with others.
Boyke, the male ocelot, shares his territory with other animals but not his meal. If he is going to share his meal with others this will mean that he has to look for food on that particular night. We have seen in other video's that he doesn't share with the other ocelots. But how about with other animals not related to wild cats? Will he attack them or not?
In this video you can see that an opossum was enjoying the free meal before Boyke's arrival. Check what happened next.
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