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History most brutal killers, the Majingilane Male Lions

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No. Very unique circumstances world be necessary for this to happen.
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(02-13-2018, 04:55 AM)sik94 Wrote: No. Very unique circumstances world be necessary for this to happen.

How if they new males chases the sons and the majingilanes away don’t you think the sons will follow their fathers? @Tshokwane
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(02-13-2018, 08:17 AM)Chris Wrote:
(02-13-2018, 04:55 AM)sik94 Wrote: No. Very unique circumstances world be necessary for this to happen.

How if they new males chases the sons and the majingilanes away don’t you think the sons will follow their fathers? @Tshokwane

If new males come in who are already 5-6 year old, the majingalanes would either abandon ship without any resistance or one might get killed in the confrontation. The majingalanes won't stick around, the sons though would probably try to stay with the pride. There could be a week or two at minimum time difference between the new males defeating the majingalanes and the new males expelling the sons from the prides. The new males would initially target only the majingalanes, the prides and any majingalane offspring would be secondary targets. Unless the sons take it upon themselves to run off with the majingalanes or get involved with the takeover itself, I don't see it happening.
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What Sik says.

And to add to that, even if a takeoever happens, they don't get out of the area in one day, neither the former dominant males expelled or the or the young males, they tend to stick around for some time in the area they know.

But especulating with the unusual scenario is a waste Chris, you need to think generally and then you can expect the most likely thing to happen.
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Dark mane hydrating during a long territorial patrol.

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(02-13-2018, 09:51 PM)Tshokwane Wrote: What Sik says.

And to add to that, even if a takeoever happens, they don't get out of the area in one day, neither the former dominant males expelled or the or the young males, they tend to stick around for some time in the area they know.

But especulating with the unusual scenario is a waste Chris, you need to think generally and then you can expect the most likely thing to happen.
Just asking guys but thanks
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That's the first picture of GM which shows his true age, his physical condition will have you believe he is just 8-9.
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they all look old to me, but in a decent shape.
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Othawa and Majingilane giving us a show in the rain yesterday afternoon
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Looks like Othawa boy might have been expelled, he might be the one seen by MalaMala
Also I saw a pic of him at Ulusaba, not sure where he is..
Hope he will find a coalition partner.. 
Matshapiri fits the bill !!
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I seriously hope the matshpiri male doesn't miss this opportunity, skoro would be even better since he already has been through the process with sizanani. If he doesn't then soon he is gonna get in trouble just like skoro did with the avocas.
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Also Mhangenis are also spending time themselves away from adults and often split in last couple of weeks.
There is a chance that Othawa sub-adult can get in contact with them. Hope they form a good friendship.
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