The creature, which had not been seen anywhere in one hundred years was photographed by British wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas.
The ultra-rare Leopard was spotted by the British photographer as it was prowling around Laikipia Wilderness Camp in Kenya, during a full moon looming above.
The Leopard which has a condition known as melanism is seen in the photographs hunting for prey. Its eyes irradiate a magical color, while leopard-like spots are barely seen on its dark coat due to the condition.
As Mr. Burrard-Lucas explains on his blog, to snap images of the rare animal, he used a plethora of camera traps each consisting of a Camtraptions wireless motion sensor, a high-quality DSLR camera, and two or three flashes.
He left the cameras snapping images for 24 hours.