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Venezuela Cunaguaro Offline
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Today, the first anniversary of the death of the legend Sam, as on this day a year ago, his death was announced as a result of injuries after a fight with an unknown male till this moment at the age of 15 years. Sam and his brother Cheru are true legends of Nairobi. They ruled for a very long time and spread their genes as well and fought many battles like a real warrior lion. In this post we remember the lions that we have always followed and loved.
RIP Legends ❤️

Nairobi National Park, Kenya.
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To follow & for print: @penguinpapper
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- The last King standing -
"A couple of months ago the Bayala coalition came to a tragic end after the two males decided to venture up North in a quest to expand their territory. This led to a brutal confrontation with the two Northern males and now only the one remains to rule over both the Bayala and Mountain prides in the South."
#PhindaPrivateGameReserve #BayalaMale

By VW Wildlife



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"Vin" the blonde of Nehimba males now approaching his prime looks impressive, he and his coalition partner control the Horses pride in the Nehimba area, which consists of 16 members that are located in the north of Hwange National Park.
#HwangeNationalPark #NehimbaMales
By ?? Jannie Jacobs ??



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Close-up of one of the regal Northern males of the Phinda Game Reserve.
#PhindaGameReserve #NorthernMales 
By Damen Pheiffer



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( This post was last modified: 08-04-2021, 10:11 PM by titose )

Mr. Scarface with the Papyrus pride at Busanga plains, Kafue National Park.
#Kafue #BusangaPlains #Scarface 
By [color=var(--primary-text)][color=var(--secondary-text)]Newton Mulenga [/color]
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Croatia Tr1x24 Offline
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Update on Jack in his new home :




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Australia LandSeaLion Offline
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Does anyone know who took this photo, and what the story behind it was? It was apparently featured on National Geographic a few years ago, but the URL listed in the comments is dead:


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https://www.reddit.com/r/natureismetal/comments/3ngln2/a_lion_crushes_the_skull_of_his_rival/
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(08-07-2021, 08:31 AM)LandSeaLion Wrote: Does anyone know who took this photo, and what the story behind it was? It was apparently featured on National Geographic a few years ago, but the URL listed in the comments is dead:


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https://www.reddit.com/r/natureismetal/comments/3ngln2/a_lion_crushes_the_skull_of_his_rival/

It's a photo from the photograph Mitsuaki Iwago's book "Serengeti".

Go to the link: https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-felids-...o#pid14074

And see #54
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Spalea Offline
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@LandSeaLion :

After having posted the #1975 post, I don't know why but the link doesn't work. Thus make a search about "Mitsuaki Iwago" and click on the dated reference of 10-14-2015.
Then go at the #54 post.
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Australia LandSeaLion Offline
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Fantastic, that’s it - thank you so much!

Here’s the working link to that post:

https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-felids-interactions-intraspecific-conflicts?pid=14065#pid14065
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Venezuela Cunaguaro Offline
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A breathtaking shot of the lions that reside in Kafue National Park, three out of five brothers huge in shape. They left their natal pride which consists of more than 30 lions to find their own kingdom, this wonderful photo was recently taken by Iain McDonald.

Kafue National Park, Zambia.
Photographer Credit:
To follow & for print: @kansanshiwildlife
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Dynamic of the lions groups explained by some chinese (or japanese ?) narrators... Assortment of different accounts.







" 【内容简介】 雄狮是威武霸气的草原之王,在家族中有着不可撼动的地位,为了壮大自己的家族,成年雄狮会尽可能多的繁衍自己的后代,同时也要强化自己的领地,以防外来入侵者的故事。

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Venezuela Cunaguaro Offline
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We all love cuddling, even the king of the jungle. 
A breathtaking shot for one of the lions in Amboseli National park embracing one of his palm trees.

Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
Photographer credit:
To follow & for prints: @juliusdadalti
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Quote:A man who awoke to find a ferocious lion lurking outside his kitchen, has shared incredible footage of himself making his morning brew whilst the fearsome predator snarls at him through an open window. Dylan Panos woke early to find eight lions moving through his campsite - and one particularly feisty male eyeballing him and growling though his kitchen window. Dylan, who runs Bhejane Nature Training - a nature guide training company - was at his unfenced camp in Somkhanda Community Game Reserve, northern KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, when he found himself surrounded by the pride. A female lioness was lying right next to the kitchen and in a bid to pursue her, the male lion refused to budge leaving Dylan with no option but to continue making his much-needed coffee. Unbelievable footage shows the 46-year-old placing his kettle on a gas hob - directly underneath the window which is covered in just chicken wire and no glass - whilst the lion loudly growls at him and runs towards the window as if to attack.

More footage here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0NppgULRGA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJLYiAdlAKE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XA3pKcDLnQk
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4 brothers fight over a female. The aggression was high in this one, with two of them even kinda ganging up on one.



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