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Avoca male lions

WildLeonis Away
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(01-11-2024, 03:12 AM)Ngonya Wrote: a week ago: 
Pl[b]ains C[b]amp[/b] young male[/b], son of the remaining Southern Avoca male in KNP.
Second slide we can see the boy roaring


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He has an interesting mane being bald on top. Lol. I wish he had a partner. KNP can be a tough territory to navigate for a male lion on his own. I hope he fairs well.
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Crazy how all of a sudden southern Avoca is getting more sightings that Mohawk, talamati boys and young nkuhumA males
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(01-11-2024, 06:14 AM)Friarfan619 Wrote: Crazy how all of a sudden southern Avoca is getting more sightings that Mohawk, talamati boys and young nkuhumA males


Looks like some of these males went to Kruger.
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( This post was last modified: 01-12-2024, 03:08 PM by KM600 )

All 5 in KNP is interesting. They could actually cause real trouble for Nkhulus in the future if they were to stay. 



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(01-12-2024, 03:05 PM)KM600 Wrote: All 5 in KNP is interesting. They could actually cause real trouble for Nkhulus in the future if they were to stay. 




Great update!
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Nice hoping talamati boys get find next
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Mohawk with Lip scar I believe

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Poor Guy.  I can't imagine what he's going through now being alone after all those years with his brother.



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Ah. The life of a male lion. So brutal. Sad to see him on his own but the Kings can’t rule forever. Hope he’s able to stay safe and healthy.
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Oh the stories we could learn from this one....  He'll be 12 this year right?  I wish we knew what happened to him and his brother off in Kruger, but his return to his long time stomping grounds, even if just on the outskirts tells enough I guess.  How long will we have him for?



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(02-15-2024, 05:58 PM)T_Ferguson Wrote: How long will we have him for?
If he doesnt join another male, probably not for too long.
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Mohawk, last remaining Northern Avoca male.



Last remaining Southern Avoca male.

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Comments say Mohawk and sons got chased by n'was, haven't seen anyone confirm though
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Mohawk Avoca and 3 Nkuhuma young males this morning
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