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( This post was last modified: 04-18-2024, 10:49 PM by Tr1x24 )

That young male with Blondie should be Phabenis offpring, if i remember correctly they started mating around Nyamundwa Dam around mid 2021:


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He is kinda similar to 3rd Phabeni, who hanged with Blondie.

I also saw picture of similar aged male around Pretoriuskup, who was similar to other 2 Phabenis.
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@Tr1x24 h4-2 by s28 north. Only bigger seen not sure if smaller is alive
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1/2 Mjejane males few days ago. Both seen this week mating alot with Biyamiti lioness.
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Splitnose of the 6 Gomondwane.
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One of the Lowet Sabie males. A good-looking cat!
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S36 male partner to Kinkytail Lubyelubye.
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any word on torchwood male ?
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(04-23-2024, 06:06 AM)kobe8jf1234 Wrote: any word on torchwood male ?

Not recent updates of him
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Nkuhlu males
Another early morning on the H1-2 the brothers came from the S83 and decided to take the tar road
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Leeubron male
Through the thicket, the Leeubron male's eyes pierce through emerald leaves - now holding a weariness, effected by his recent encounter with the Vlaks. A wound upon his forehead, made deeper by the weight of leadership, attests to their ferocity. As was provoked when I captured his gaze, let us all be reminded that this eden - we all so dearly love - is both sanctuary and battleground.
S36, South of S125, Satara, Kruger National Park 
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(04-24-2024, 05:55 PM)Timbavati Wrote: Leeubron male
Through the thicket, the Leeubron male's eyes pierce through emerald leaves - now holding a weariness, effected by his recent encounter with the Vlaks. A wound upon his forehead, made deeper by the weight of leadership, attests to their ferocity. As was provoked when I captured his gaze, let us all be reminded that this eden - we all so dearly love - is both sanctuary and battleground.
S36, South of S125, Satara, Kruger National Park 
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who they fight and is this recent ?
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(04-24-2024, 06:49 PM)kobe8jf1234 Wrote:
(04-24-2024, 05:55 PM)Timbavati Wrote: Leeubron male
Through the thicket, the Leeubron male's eyes pierce through emerald leaves - now holding a weariness, effected by his recent encounter with the Vlaks. A wound upon his forehead, made deeper by the weight of leadership, attests to their ferocity. As was provoked when I captured his gaze, let us all be reminded that this eden - we all so dearly love - is both sanctuary and battleground.
S36, South of S125, Satara, Kruger National Park 
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who they fight and is this recent ?

The post says he fought with the Vlaks.
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(04-24-2024, 06:49 PM)kobe8jf1234 Wrote:
(04-24-2024, 05:55 PM)Timbavati Wrote: Leeubron male
Through the thicket, the Leeubron male's eyes pierce through emerald leaves - now holding a weariness, effected by his recent encounter with the Vlaks. A wound upon his forehead, made deeper by the weight of leadership, attests to their ferocity. As was provoked when I captured his gaze, let us all be reminded that this eden - we all so dearly love - is both sanctuary and battleground.
S36, South of S125, Satara, Kruger National Park 
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who they fight and is this recent ?

Vlak males also known as the Mayambula males. Sons of the Mbiri males. I asked to photographer if it’s a recent shot
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If this injury is old and it's confirmed to be against Mayambulas, then it's way more likely that Nkhulus might have been the ones to kill the S.Avoca, not the Leeubrons.

This head injury was the evidence used at the time to claim Leeubrons were the ones to fight the S.Avocas over the Hamilton pride.
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