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Kambula/Ntsevu Pride

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It unfortunately looks like that the 2 oldest Kambula males are missing. Ever since they were seen south of Sabi Sands in Kruger, I dont think there has been any further sightings in the last 2 months. Kinda sad to hear, but that area is very infamous for lions who vanish without trace, such as Selati sons, Othawa males and 3Tooth Tsalala with Hildas Rock male
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(06-16-2022, 05:10 PM)Mdz123 Wrote: Othawa males
Othawa males?? 
U mean mini matimbas Or mapogo sons??
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(06-16-2022, 05:34 PM)DARK MANE Wrote:
(06-16-2022, 05:10 PM)Mdz123 Wrote: Othawa males
Othawa males?? 
U mean mini matimbas Or mapogo sons??

Mini matimbas
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( This post was last modified: 06-16-2022, 06:28 PM by lionuk )

(06-16-2022, 05:10 PM)Mdz123 Wrote: 2 oldest Kambula males are missing.
Apparently one of the oldest males Kambula #2 has been sighted today in Sabi Sabi


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Am trying to find out if Kambula#1 was with him.
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(06-16-2022, 06:27 PM)lionuk Wrote:
(06-16-2022, 05:10 PM)Mdz123 Wrote: 2 oldest Kambula males are missing.
Apparently one of the oldest males Kambula #2 has been sighted today in Sabi Sabi


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Credit: Julie White

Am trying to find out if Kambula#1 was with him.

Thats good news then!
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(06-16-2022, 05:10 PM)Mdz123 Wrote: It unfortunately looks like that the 2 oldest Kambula males are missing. Ever since they were seen south of Sabi Sands in Kruger, I dont think there has been any further sightings in the last 2 months. Kinda sad to hear, but that area is very infamous for lions who vanish without trace, such as Selati sons, Othawa males and 3Tooth Tsalala with Hildas Rock male

No,,, there’s been several sightings of both in the londolozi area.   One sighting this week already.
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(06-17-2022, 12:18 AM)criollo2mil Wrote: No,,, there’s been several sightings of both in the londolozi area.   One sighting this week already.

Any evidence of that?
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(06-17-2022, 12:23 AM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(06-17-2022, 12:18 AM)criollo2mil Wrote: No,,, there’s been several sightings of both in the londolozi area.   One sighting this week already.

Any evidence of that?

@lionuk posted one above.  
We’re trying to ID when taken and how many seen.  
Credit:  Julie White 
Here is one from after they returned from being in Kruger South of SS.  



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(06-17-2022, 12:43 AM)criollo2mil Wrote: @lionuk posted one above.  
We’re trying to ID when taken and how many seen.  
Credit:  Julie White 
Here is one from after they returned from being in Kruger South of SS.  

This sighting of Kambula #1 at Londolozi is from March, before they went in Kruger.

But this sighting today (are we sure its recent?) from Sabi Sabi looks like Kambula #2, so hope they returned.
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(06-17-2022, 01:02 AM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(06-17-2022, 12:43 AM)criollo2mil Wrote: @lionuk posted one above.  
We’re trying to ID when taken and how many seen.  
Credit:  Julie White 
Here is one from after they returned from being in Kruger South of SS.  

This sighting of Kambula #1 at Londolozi is from March, before they went in Kruger.

But this sighting today (are we sure its recent?) from Sabi Sabi looks like Kambula #2, so hope they returned.

Which one is this?   Can you tell?  

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(06-17-2022, 01:41 AM)criollo2mil Wrote: Which one is this?   Can you tell?  

This is not lion from Kruger.
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(06-17-2022, 11:06 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(06-17-2022, 01:41 AM)criollo2mil Wrote: Which one is this?   Can you tell?  

This is not lion from Kruger.

Ooops.  Really?   I was told he was a Kambula.   Sorry
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Tendai captioned this as Talamati, but I believe him to be 1/6 Kambula Boys. 

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Kambula girls and Ndzhenga boys




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This looks like one of Kambula boys

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