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Birmingham Coalition Male Lineage

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The remaining Nwalungu male. The Nkuhuma young male at Dulini Private Game Reserve
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NK male on a kill in company of another lion, possibly Mhangeni female :

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( This post was last modified: 10-06-2021, 07:27 PM by Slayerd )

Nstevu/Kambula male #6, the youngest of them. He is still only 2 years old and has a long way to go but its great to see how fast he is growing. A few months ago, he had no mane. Still lacks size but is growing at a decent pace

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Nhenha Jr 
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(10-11-2021, 11:38 PM)Calvitoo Wrote: Nhenha Jr 
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A future king in the bushveld. The Kambula young male #6 resemblances a lot to Nhenha as well.
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The six Kambula males, their sisters and the Kambula lioness#5.
The 1st that left was Kambula male #1-the oldest
The 2nd male that left was Kambula #5 - one of the three litter mates
The  3rd male that left was Kambula #6- the youngest
The 4th male that left was Kambula #3- one of the three little mates
The 5th male that left was Kambula #2-the 2nd oldest
The 6th male was Kambula #4- one of the three litter mates






INFO: Kambula/Ntsevu sub-adults are feature in the minute 04:54 until the end of the video.
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Kambula sub-adult

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(10-12-2021, 06:13 PM)Slayerd Wrote: The six Kambula males, their sisters and the Kambula lioness#5.
The 1st that left was Kambula male #1-the oldest
The 2nd male that left was Kambula #5 - one of the three litter mates
The  3rd male that left was Kambula #6- the youngest
The 4th male that left was Kambula #3- one of the three little mates
The 5th male that left was Kambula #2-the 2nd oldest
The 6th male was Kambula #4- one of the three litter mates






INFO: Kambula/Ntsevu sub-adults are feature in the minute 04:54 until the end of the video.
Thank you for the additional information. I have fixed the link for you. Regards: Timbavati
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( This post was last modified: 10-17-2021, 07:54 AM by Timbavati )

The Ntsevu boys are such a good looking young males. A promising coalition!
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The Torchwood young male at Shindzela Tented Camp 
He is growing into a nice good looking male lion! What a beast!
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(10-23-2021, 05:05 PM)Timbavati Wrote: The Torchwood young male at Shindzela Tented Camp 
He is growing into a nice good looking male lion! What a beast!
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identical to his father Nhenha, glad that he is doing well in the Kruger, he will undoubtedly be a great king
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Nkuhuma male at Singita:

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Even tho he is doing good, its hard to watch him alone, he is prime example how harsh life of lone male lion can be, I always admire those lions more then those from big coalitions, even tho all people will admire Mapogos, Majingilanes, Matimbas, Mantimahles,etc., but in reality, these guys had "easy" life compared to lone males.
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(10-25-2021, 03:24 AM)Tr1x24 Wrote: Nkuhuma male at Singita:

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Even tho he is doing good, its hard to watch him alone, he is prime example how harsh life of lone male lion can be, I always admire those lions more then those from big coalitions, even tho all people will admire Mapogos, Majingilanes, Matimbas, Mantimahles,etc., but in reality, these guys had "easy" life compared to lone males.


It seems like he has lost some mane, probably because he is stressed and lonenly after his half-brother’s death
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(10-25-2021, 05:30 AM)Mdz123 Wrote:
(10-25-2021, 03:24 AM)Tr1x24 Wrote: Nkuhuma male at Singita:

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Even tho he is doing good, its hard to watch him alone, he is prime example how harsh life of lone male lion can be, I always admire those lions more then those from big coalitions, even tho all people will admire Mapogos, Majingilanes, Matimbas, Mantimahles,etc., but in reality, these guys had "easy" life compared to lone males.


It seems like he has lost some mane, probably because he is stressed and lonenly after his half-brother’s death
It could be the most likely scenario. Young/older males in their nomadic journey tend to lost a lot of mane due many reasons, stress, not-well-feed etc etc, After said that. The Nkuhuma male always had a small-mane with a typically Mohawk of which is fair common in young males. His mane is quite similar to the Birmingham young male. The BYM has lost fair mane recently. From the other hand, his partner, the Torchwood male has a incredible and healthy mane.
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The remaining Nwalungu Male/Nkuhuma male at Singita
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Singita,Sabi Sands,posted: 24.10.2021.

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