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Kambula/Ntsevu Pride

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(01-06-2024, 06:01 AM)Mapokser Wrote: They can be littermates and have different fathers, in fact, within cats, chances are big for this to happen.

We discussed about heteropaternal superfecundation multiple times on this forum.

Although it happens on some animals, cats aswell, its not yet very well researched, in fact, for lions is not at all.

(01-06-2024, 06:01 AM)Mapokser Wrote: Although in the end, since Tinyo and Nhenha are related, it's also not impossible for a son of Nhenha to resemble Tinyo.

Could be yes.

I mean, is there any evidence, photo or what, that these 3 are littermates? 

Idk, but a lot of these claims like who are littermates with who, look like they just all of suden come from thin air, with no proof to support it
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Unless there are some extreme differences in how sex works for lions compared to cats or what we are off today. Its safe to assume that it happens with lions aswell. 

Afterall. It would require evolution to completely rewrite how the vagina works to prevent sperm from the second partner from entering the womb while if anything lionesses are evolutionary pressured into not doing that.
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Two Kambula lionesses attempt to hunt a young Nyala bull and a safari viewer forgets she's not watching a Disney movie. Short clip, credit to Mala Mala.






No no no no no no no no.
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Some members of Kambula pride in 2021, sub male on pictures is K5 :

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Tad bit confused it says 3 kambulas and 1 unknown so who is roaring lol I don’t see any of them roaring
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(01-18-2024, 02:28 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: Tad bit confused it says 3 kambulas and 1 unknown so who is roaring lol I don’t see any of them roaring

I think the fourth one is behind the camera roaring.  What a perdicament!
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( This post was last modified: 01-18-2024, 02:40 AM by T_Ferguson Edit Reason: added more detail )

(01-18-2024, 02:28 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: Tad bit confused it says 3 kambulas and 1 unknown so who is roaring lol I don’t see any of them roar
That would be interesting.  I thought the Talamati's were far away from here.  Not sure I agree with LionLovers here




Well.. hmmm


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(01-18-2024, 02:33 AM)T_Ferguson Wrote:
(01-18-2024, 02:28 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: Tad bit confused it says 3 kambulas and 1 unknown so who is roaring lol I don’t see any of them roar
That would be interesting.  I thought the Talamati's were far away from here.  Not sure I agree with LionLovers here




Well.. hmmm


If it is the talamati boys I’m glad it says 6 males and that darkmane jrs brother is with him
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(01-18-2024, 02:53 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote:
(01-18-2024, 02:33 AM)T_Ferguson Wrote:
(01-18-2024, 02:28 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: Tad bit confused it says 3 kambulas and 1 unknown so who is roaring lol I don’t see any of them roar
That would be interesting.  I thought the Talamati's were far away from here.  Not sure I agree with LionLovers here




Well.. hmmm


If it is the talamati boys I’m glad it says 6 males and that darkmane jrs brother is with him


It actually makes me worry a bit more.  I'd hate to see anything happen to any of these lions.  I just wish the Talamati's had moved off at some point.  2024 is going to have some loss.  There are just too many lions in a small space now.
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Kinda looks like the smaller BDM
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(01-18-2024, 03:10 AM)Ngonya Wrote: Kinda looks like the smaller BDM

Yup, which makes this much more interesting in my mind.
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Newest additions to the pride. 

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I think all 3 are girls
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Latest Londolozi Virtual Safari. 5 lionesses of the core Kambula/Ntsevu pride with the three youngest cubs and at least 7 (that I could count) of the older cubs.






Clarification: Sean said these are the three youngest cubs of the Ntsevu pride but they are the youngest of the CORE pride, not the three new cubs born to the breakaway lioness (K2 or K3).
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