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Avoca male lions

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(01-06-2021, 03:55 AM)Tonpa Wrote: Which avocas killed the Piva male leopard? The S. Avocas?

Yes i think so, that was beautiful male leopard.
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A young Bigger Maned S Avoca (credit: Claire Trickett & joshvdploeg)


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Dark mane Avoca doesn't have a dark mane? This world is a lie
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North Avoca males.

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One of the Avoca males tries to kill a hyena.




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(01-11-2021, 03:17 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Dark mane Avoca doesn't have a dark mane? This world is a lie

Lol, I feel that way about Kalahari black maned lions... some of them are really blonde!


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Lone King... (credit: WE, Jan 11, 2021)
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(01-12-2021, 05:50 AM)Gijima Wrote:
(01-11-2021, 03:17 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Dark mane Avoca doesn't have a dark mane? This world is a lie

Lol, I feel that way about Kalahari black maned lions... some of them are really blonde!


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Lone King... (credit: WE, Jan 11, 2021)
 The suggestion that the Kalahari has only black-maned lions and that you only find them there is a huge misconception. Not all male Kalahari lions have black manes and not all black-maned lions are from the Kalahari (i.e. South Shishangeni male,  Makhulu Mapogo, Dark Mane Majingilane, the Charleston brothers, the Black Dam male, etc.).
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(01-12-2021, 03:54 PM)Rabubi Wrote:
(01-12-2021, 05:50 AM)Gijima Wrote:
(01-11-2021, 03:17 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Dark mane Avoca doesn't have a dark mane? This world is a lie

Lol, I feel that way about Kalahari black maned lions... some of them are really blonde!


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Lone King... (credit: WE, Jan 11, 2021)
 The suggestion that the Kalahari has only black-maned lions and that you only find them there is a huge misconception. Not all male Kalahari lions have black manes and not all black-maned lions are from the Kalahari (i.e. South Shishangeni male,  Makhulu Mapogo, Dark Mane Majingilane, the Charleston brothers, the Black Dam male, etc.).
Not suggesting that at all. I don’t think Tonpa and I were being that serious, plus even black maned lions tend to be pretty blonde around the face, which was the original point. : )
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Blondie in his absolute prime :

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He was not seen limping for a while now (more then half a year if im not mistaken) , so thats very good.

Im a bit suprised that still not 1 younger lioness gave birth, they are mating with them for quite a while now..

Also as they are approaching 3 years with Nkuhumas, will be interesting to see if those 2 will attempt to shift territory soon, which might happen when 3 younger lionesses gave birth..
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( This post was last modified: 01-13-2021, 06:00 PM by Rabubi )

(01-12-2021, 06:56 PM)Gijima Wrote:
(01-12-2021, 03:54 PM)Rabubi Wrote:
(01-12-2021, 05:50 AM)Gijima Wrote:
(01-11-2021, 03:17 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Dark mane Avoca doesn't have a dark mane? This world is a lie

Lol, I feel that way about Kalahari black maned lions... some of them are really blonde!


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Lone King... (credit: WE, Jan 11, 2021)
 The suggestion that the Kalahari has only black-maned lions and that you only find them there is a huge misconception. Not all male Kalahari lions have black manes and not all black-maned lions are from the Kalahari (i.e. South Shishangeni male,  Makhulu Mapogo, Dark Mane Majingilane, the Charleston brothers, the Black Dam male, etc.).
Not suggesting that at all. I don’t think Tonpa and I were being that serious, plus even black maned lions tend to be pretty blonde around the face, which was the original point. : )

Oh I see I've jumped the gun hahaha. My bad ?
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-Nkuhuma pride males-

 One of the Avoca Males (Blondie, as they call him on @wildearthofficial) sits proudly atop a dam wall close to camp as the sun starts to gently cast its morning rays.
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The Avoca male with one of his daughters from the Talamati pride.

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