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Coalitions of Kruger National Park

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(02-03-2023, 08:15 PM)Ahmed Ali Wrote:
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 Hello every one , What a finde Today ?? .

 Rare photos for the Old Leeupan/Mantimahle Coalition , feeding on Giraffe kill that Made by them Between Skukuza and Tshokwane Kruger NP .

Look how Massive they are .

Who asking these 2 and thier brothers who sired the Famous Majingilane and more that we don't know .

Photos BY :- Ingrid Waltersson Langley .

Great pics and find Ahmed. They were impressive males
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2/3 Biyamitis together. In the 2nd slide you can see that one of the half-blind males is extremely tall compared to the normal eyes male. Either he must be a huge male lion or his brother is very small.

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(02-04-2023, 12:30 AM)Mdz123 Wrote: 2/3 Biyamitis together. In the 2nd slide you can see that one of the half-blind males is extremely tall compared to the normal eyes male. Either he must be a huge male lion or his brother is very small.

As far as i remember, when they where nomads, silver eyed male was biggest of the 3, although that male with healthy eyes is oldest and was dominant one. 

Not sure how they fare now tho, as i dont remember a video of them next to each other recently, this video might be a bit of camera angle illusion. 

Quite unique coalition these Biyamitis, hope they stay safe from poachers in that area, that silver eyed male is prob one of the most attractive lions in whole Kruger.
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(02-04-2023, 12:30 AM)Mdz123 Wrote: 2/3 Biyamitis together. In the 2nd slide you can see that one of the half-blind males is extremely tall compared to the normal eyes male. Either he must be a huge male lion or his brother is very small.


Their grandfather, the dominant Toulon, was a very tall male.
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2/3 gomondwane males, split nose and Blondie with two females.

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Old Sweni male with his sons :

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Bigger/Dark maned male of 2 Lubyelubye brothers, near Lower Sabie:

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 More photos been added By Mr. GERT DE KOKER  for the ( Five  Old Leeupan/Mnatimahle coalition ) back to 2005 Finishing thier kill and Walk and Resting in bush Between Skukuza and Tshokwane H1-2 .

Amazing coalition sired Amazing coalition too .

The first one is the one who have Snip tail he is clone of Scar Nose Majingilane back to 2012 .
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1/5 Imbali males, sons of Mluwati males. This is 1/2 who split from the other 3. They have moved closer to where their 3 brothers are now and seen on the H1-2 couple days back.
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(02-06-2023, 06:12 PM)Brahimlegend Wrote: 1/5 Imbali males, sons of Mluwati males. This is 1/2 who split from the other 3. They have moved closer to where their 3 brothers are now and seen on the H1-2 couple days back.
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That stare!! What a good-looking specimen of male lion
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Phabeni male
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Slit Nose Gomondwane with Hippo Pools pride yesterday.
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Darkmaned Young Jock /Berg en Dal male.
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