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Avoca Males/Giraffe Males

United States pius222 Offline
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[attachment=893][attachment=892][attachment=892][attachment=892]Any one has the history on these males?  I read they are related, putting them 6 or 7 strong,  Are they able to challenge Manjingilanes?
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They're not close to the Majingilane, these males have their territory to the north in the Manyeleti.

As for their blood relationship, they're half-brothers. Both coalitions were fathered by the old Ross males.

I think we've posted about them in this thread: Lions of Timbavati.
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