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Lion king Notch and his famous 5 sons

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Legendary Grimace. R.I.P Grimace 
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Portrait of Notch II.

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A beautiful lion photographed in Kenya.

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This is the original Caesar greeting his East girls. (Nov 2016)
Credits: Big Cats of Masai Mara


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Lion King..!!!
Caesar..
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Caesar and Notch2 looking hungry , its a surprise to see Caesar so empty
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Three sons of the famous Notch
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I can't believe that lion Notch, I was once watching a movie on Notch, eating some popcorn, and I mean man that dude lion has a tough life, not sure I would ever wish for that in my next life, so I'm thinking of turning over a new leaf or somethin.  Didn't Notch like have two prides once or something, I thought a heard that somewhere, I'd google it but too lazy to look it up right now, maybe someone knows.
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(04-28-2017, 07:52 AM)Garfield Wrote: I can't believe that lion Notch, I was once watching a movie on Notch, eating some popcorn, and I mean man that dude lion has a tough life, not sure I would ever wish for that in my next life, so I'm thinking of turning over a new leaf or somethin.  Didn't Notch like have two prides once or something, I thought a heard that somewhere, I'd google it but too lazy to look it up right now, maybe someone knows.

They have 13+ prides... they went on conquer one after another.. half of Mara
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(04-29-2017, 10:35 PM)vinodkumarn Wrote:
(04-28-2017, 07:52 AM)Garfield Wrote: I can't believe that lion Notch, I was once watching a movie on Notch, eating some popcorn, and I mean man that dude lion has a tough life, not sure I would ever wish for that in my next life, so I'm thinking of turning over a new leaf or somethin.  Didn't Notch like have two prides once or something, I thought a heard that somewhere, I'd google it but too lazy to look it up right now, maybe someone knows.

They have 13+ prides... they went on conquer one after another.. half of Mara

Whoa 13 prides are you serious, that's crazy, when did they take over all that, must of been all the sons helping right?
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(04-30-2017, 02:01 AM)Garfield Wrote:
(04-29-2017, 10:35 PM)vinodkumarn Wrote:
(04-28-2017, 07:52 AM)Garfield Wrote: I can't believe that lion Notch, I was once watching a movie on Notch, eating some popcorn, and I mean man that dude lion has a tough life, not sure I would ever wish for that in my next life, so I'm thinking of turning over a new leaf or somethin.  Didn't Notch like have two prides once or something, I thought a heard that somewhere, I'd google it but too lazy to look it up right now, maybe someone knows.

They have 13+ prides... they went on conquer one after another.. half of Mara

Whoa 13 prides are you serious, that's crazy, when did they take over all that, must of been all the sons helping right?

Yes, along with his 5 sons... It happened over a period of time... 
After taking over 3/4 prides.. mate and sire few cubs... and after cubs grow little bit.. leave that pride and take another so on...
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A rare shot of the Notches back in 2009, These males grew like weeds , they were born in 2005 and 4 years later they were huge , they started killing adult hippos since 2008
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(04-30-2017, 04:27 AM)vinodkumarn Wrote:
(04-30-2017, 02:01 AM)Garfield Wrote:
(04-29-2017, 10:35 PM)vinodkumarn Wrote:
(04-28-2017, 07:52 AM)Garfield Wrote: I can't believe that lion Notch, I was once watching a movie on Notch, eating some popcorn, and I mean man that dude lion has a tough life, not sure I would ever wish for that in my next life, so I'm thinking of turning over a new leaf or somethin.  Didn't Notch like have two prides once or something, I thought a heard that somewhere, I'd google it but too lazy to look it up right now, maybe someone knows.

They have 13+ prides... they went on conquer one after another.. half of Mara

Whoa 13 prides are you serious, that's crazy, when did they take over all that, must of been all the sons helping right?

Yes, along with his 5 sons... It happened over a period of time... 
After taking over 3/4 prides.. mate and sire few cubs... and after cubs grow little bit.. leave that pride and take another so on...

Male lions take over another pride after the cubs grow as they want to avoid mating with their grown up daughters is one reason...
If the daughters move out of the pride and form their own pride.. then the males may mate and produce one more litter.. (Majis have done like that with Mhangeni pride)
Also the males want to spread their genes.. so they try to take over other prides..
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Notch 2 and Caesar going at it.
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His majesty, Caesar. Credits to Thomas Vijayan Photography.

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Ceasar of the Notch Boys

They say he's the largest lion on the Maasai Mara... i don't doubt it! Hope he's still strong with his remaining bro Notch 2

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