Hello Anna , thanks for the reply , Not thinking of a giant shark at this moment in time ,althought that could be a scene later .
Most of the crew and trainee`s from the stricken tall ship swim to shore , or get in life boats . They arrive on the shore in small groups , or in somecases alone .
the guy in the pic swims to shore alone and manages to get there safely ,he scrambles onto the beach and collapses on the beach,just a few feet away from the tree line .
he is dressed as in pic, he lays there exhausted , and fighting to stay awake , a Leopard is on the hunt for food and being on this island makes it more dangerous . What will happen to the guy when the leopard finds him. many thanks.
Once more a great reply. Many thanks . I take it that when removing the guys body hair from his head it will use the rough ness of his tongue to do that .
It`s difficult to tell from the picture what other body hair the guy has ,Possibly a light downy hair on arms and legs etc. Hard to tell if the guy has any hair around his private parts ,How would it remove that hair ,
When it come to eating the area that had been in the trunks ,it looks as if the guy was well equiped ,Would the leopard toy with that area , licking it and taking it in its mouth ,how it eat it .
Many thanks once more for your great help . thanks
2) When it come to eating the area that had been in the trunks ,it looks as if the guy was well equiped ,Would the leopard toy with that area , licking it and taking it in its mouth ,how it eat it .
Since those parts of the body are not part of the main torso, the leopard probbaly would tear them off to eat separately, just as it would arms and legs. Cats do tend to mouth their food and work into the back part of their mouth to be chewed. So, it coudl take a few minutes for the leopard to eat those parts. If he wasn't extremely hungry, he might even toss them into the air, bat at them, and then catch them. You may have seena house cat do that with a mouse.