Hi again, Ewan.
I'm glad to hear you're doing fine, too!
From my research, it seems that after killing its victims, the leopard drags the body away into the forest to eat it. It mainly attacks/kills young children under the age of 10, and also some women. It typically does not attack/kill male humans. It is attracted to the saltiness of human blood, as the blood of other animals it would typically eat (like deer) is not as salty.
When it kills children, it just leaves behind the head, but eats the rest of the body, but some parts of the adult body are left behind because it's too much too finish.
In the case of the guy in the picture, because he looks like a younger teen(?) who is quite thin, the leopard would likely eat all of him, except his head.
I hope this helped!
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