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Coalitions of Kruger National Park

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Singita KNP

]Two of the Kumana Males have also returned after not being seen for more than a month and are unfortunately looking very skinny and weak. It is uncertain if the third male is still alive, but with the current conditions the males are in they will be unable to protect their territory and the new cubs they sired with the Shish Pride. We can only hope that the Shish Pride cubs will survive this uncertain time.[/color]

]]The three Shish males are still in good condition and have been spending quite a bit of time with the Mountain Pride. The two younger brothers are still doing the majority of the territorial patrols seeing as the third brother’s hip injury has affected his pace and range, causing him to often stray off on his own.[/color][/color]
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(03-08-2020, 08:05 PM)Potato Wrote: Singita KNP

]Two of the Kumana Males have also returned after not being seen for more than a month and are unfortunately looking very skinny and weak. It is uncertain if the third male is still alive, but with the current conditions the males are in they will be unable to protect their territory and the new cubs they sired with the Shish Pride. We can only hope that the Shish Pride cubs will survive this uncertain time.[/color]

]]The three Shish males are still in good condition and have been spending quite a bit of time with the Mountain Pride. The two younger brothers are still doing the majority of the territorial patrols seeing as the third brother’s hip injury has affected his pace and range, causing him to often stray off on his own.[/color][/color]

Kumana/Skukuza males are 10 yrs old now, if im not mistaken the 3rd male wasn't been seen for quite some time now, it seems that age is starting to caught up with them.
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The first sighting of the two older Giraffe males at Ngala when they were 5 yrs old in October 2014. By this time they had already sired the five Avoca males around Makanyi and Shindzela. This guy was known from an early age at Gomo Gomo in Klaserie as Brutus, because of his massive size and dominance. His litter brother was also a huge male, but at this stage they were too young to challenge the 3 northern Matimbas who were in their prime. That would happen a year later.



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This is the other brother a few yrs later at Ngala. These guys were so intimidating they would roam the Timbavati solo. Image: Roan Du Plessis.

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Quote:Vurhami pride and the 3 Shisangeni males - Mar 9, 2020
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A pride of Lions along the S100, 5km East of the H1-3,near Satara

Tinged by Manfred

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One of the Hoedspruit males make his way back to his Buffalo kill after quenching his thirst. The coalition had brought down a huge Buffalo bull two days earlier! It was now being enjoyed by the three males and the nine members of the Bosplaas pride!

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" Mantimahle male. "


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4 nice photos showing male lions of the Kruger Park by Pierre Jonqueres who handles the camera with virtuosity and captures the deep psychology of the night, the killers' coat...








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The always photogenic King of Karongwe relaxes at the Ndlovu River Lodge. Image by Ryan Wington, March 11, 2020


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The big handsome Machaton male with the scar around his eye relaxes at Balule. Image by svenrve, March 11, 2020


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Handsome Mpondo male with the intense eyes at KNP. Image by africanrootsphoto March 11, 2020


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The South Shishangeni male looking like the serious cat he is. This guy was chased out of Kruger by the Shishangeni males a couple of years back, but he's proved that he can handle himself. Image by Rupak Hattikudur, March 12, 2020


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Somebody asked yesterday if the second male who dominates the River and Dundee prides in Klaserie had been seen lately. Well here he is today at Klaserie Drift Camps. Image by Emily Whiting, March 11, 2020


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