In encounters with wild animals, the highest commandment must be not to disturb them. It is absolutely not allowed to force an animal into a photogenic pose by throwing a stone, clapping or shouting. It is only justifiable to approach an animal as close as it does not show any concern. As soon as an animal shows other reactions than simply looking at the car, it must be stopped immediately. Special care should be taken with fortified and unpredictable large animals such as buffalos, hippos, elephants and rhinos and with very shy animals such as leopards and cheetahs. Observe better from a distance, how the situation develops between potential prey and the predator cat, without influencing the natural events, otherwise it can come fast to an accident.