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Tembe males cubs from Welgevonden. There have been rumors that Dinokeng and Tembe are a coalition now but I would like to say they are not. They are slightly more okay with one another but they are not a coalition. Here is a video on Tembe`s cubs reaching around 1 year of age now. maybe 1 year 3 months. 



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Exciting times ahead in Balule game reserve in the Greater Kruger as 2 new males enter the Machaton and Strydom males territory. 




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The Strydom males. Only 2/3 of them seen. Looking good. 



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Male lion compilation 




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Big Dark Mane Lion crossing river, Enjoy



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Big Boy Mbiri male ZigZag, Thank you so much for the comments on the videos, apprecaite it 



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(09-26-2021, 03:23 PM)EverseenSA Wrote: Big Boy Mbiri male ZigZag, Thank you so much for the comments on the videos, apprecaite it 




@EverseenSA your work is fantastic, some of the finest cinematography in the business, and I truly mean that. I always look forward to watching your videos.
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I couldn't be more agree with my friend @BA0701  Your videos are an absolute beauty, Charlie, I appreciate it all your effort, Thank you for sharing them here with us!
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Red Road male still missing
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(09-30-2021, 10:49 PM)EverseenSA Wrote:



Red Road male still missing
Thank you for sharing my friend. Top quality post, as always
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Tintswalo boys are ok but no solid update on RRM 



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Good afternoon to all members. 

IMPORTANT UPDATE! 

The one-eared Kudyela male is NOT NAMED VINCENT VAN GHOH. 

HIS NAME IS MANDLAVANA - meaning the floppy-eared one in the local language given the name by one the guides who found him first as a lion cub.
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RED Road male update:
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Masorini Male mating, Still no update on the Golden Boys, 



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