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(12-24-2021, 02:50 PM)Brahimlegend Wrote: South Shishangeni today with 3 Lioness
Credit: The Kinghorns.

The Afsaal/South Shishangeni male is such a gorgeous beast. A very dark-maned specimen.
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Phabeni males.
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Phabeni males.
Credit: Tim Bocean

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Vurhami Mo.
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Both Afsaal males together
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A recent sighting of the last DeLaporte male 'Dreadlocks'
The DeLaporte male is looking much better than in the previous months, Back in the day, he was looking malnourished and with a nasty limp and his skin was in poor shape
Photo credit: Gertzen Schlemmer

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To me this guys were a mystery. Their story is one of the most fascinating one. The sons of Split Rock males Scar & Tyson



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One of the Renosterkoppies males on the S65  2 km from the S1
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Two of the 4 Phabeni males 
2 Lion on the move
"Buffaloes chased the lions who then relaxed on the side of the road"
S3, S of the S1
Near Pretoriuskop
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Tinged by Thokans
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5th Mantimahle & Son.
Seen on S33. Credit: Ruan VanZyl

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3 of the 5 Gomdondwane males.
Today on S28. Credit: Jean, Joe Kola, NY.

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Eastern Bank male
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(12-26-2021, 04:33 PM)Timbavati Wrote: Two of the 4 Phabeni males 
2 Lion on the move
"Buffaloes chased the lions who then relaxed on the side of the road"
S3, S of the S1
Near Pretoriuskop
5/5
Tinged by Thokans
(Video and Photo)

Blondie and 3rd male, who is not seen that often, not one of the twin brothers.

By the looks of it, these 2 are more further north towards S1, while "twins" are more often near Pretoriuskop.
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(12-26-2021, 02:52 PM)Leo Aslan Wrote: To me this guys were a mystery. Their story is one of the most fascinating one. The sons of Split Rock males Scar & Tyson



They could also be fathers to Majingilanes. Although no one will know for sure who sired them
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(12-26-2021, 04:37 PM)Brahimlegend Wrote: 5th Mantimahle & Son.
Seen on S33. Credit: Ruan VanZyl

Has his other son been seen recently? I haven't seen him in quite a while.
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