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History most brutal killers, the Majingilane Male Lions

Argentina Tshokwane Offline
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(Yesterday, 08:37 PM)LionKiss Wrote: you should delete posts with vulgar or aggressive or antisocial language and not posts with opinions which do not coincide with yours.\

I will be the one to decide what to delete or not in order to maintain the thread clean and clear, not you.

What gets some of yours deleted isn't disagreement. It's the constant repetition of blatant misinformation, something that repeated enough times can mislead people, the new ones that want to learn. You have been proven wrong in all the points you raised and yet you keep repeating the crap blindly, and so the deletes come.
(Yesterday, 08:37 PM)LionKiss Wrote: Cubs are brought up by their mothers, this is what all wild life experts, scientists accept. See the Nkuhuma Pride what do the big males provide them? food? of course not the females can hunt and there are cases that the Males take the kill from the Prides.

They provide something much more important than just food. The males provide a safe home, a safe territory where to raise those cubs to adulthood.
Without it, when even a lone male approachs that pride, all the cubs are in danger and in fact this is how most get killed.
‘Like night-watchmen they patrol the dark nights; marching with intent and chasing all those unwanted into the shadows…those that do not run are removed’
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@HouseOfLions  and @LionKiss 

About those posts, there's already quite a few pages here and in the other thread about the same thing you talked about. There's not need to repeat it all over again.
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