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( This post was last modified: 12-28-2019, 12:50 AM by 239Pu Edit Reason: i think they might be Jock males )

(12-22-2019, 07:22 AM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(12-22-2019, 05:50 AM)239Pu Wrote: the description says This was on the S114 in Kruger National Park . any idea who they are ?

Is this recent? Its hard to tell, because s114 road is all the way from Skukuza to far south to Malelane.

To me they look like Mantimahles, they might be if this was around Skukuza, if its further south maybe 2 Thomson males,idk.

that video was uploaded Oct 21, 2019


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this is a screenshot from another video by the same youtuber , one Lion has a branding visible that looks similar to the Jock's branding
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Fights, struggles, deaths... All these lions following ones another...

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A playful lion cubs following mom in the Kruger National Park.

- Posted: Dec 2019.
Image By: Mathieu Courdesses.



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One of the young Sand River males at Kirkman's Kamp. 

- Posted by Josh Van der Ploeg, Dec.20, 2019.
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Merry Christmas Everyone!! Here is a video of the 4 male lions we found yesterday on safari in the Kruger National Park at Berg-en-Dal rest camp! They caused quite a big traffic jam because they were directly in front of the camp gates. Then they decided to cross the road in front of us! How lucky can we be!

- Posted by: Wild Photo Africa facebook page. Dec 25, 2019.




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The Othawa male at his majestic best!


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Majestic OTHAWA male @Londolozi Game Reserve

- Posted: 25 Dec 2019.
- Credit: Natasha Leukhin.


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Strong bond between the big & small brothers of Othawa pride.

- Credit by: @rogerusley.
- Posted: 20 Dec 2019.


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Othawa cub & abscess gone @Singita.

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- Posted: 18 Dec, 2019.


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The young Eyrefield cub spending a quiet moment with her mother at Lion Sands. 

- Posted by: Aidan Dunlop, Dec 20, 2019.


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Casper - The young male lion from the Shishangaan pride on S100, Kruger National Park.

- Posted: Dec 2019.
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(12-27-2019, 09:44 AM)Cunaguaro Wrote: Merry Christmas Everyone!! Here is a video of the 4 male lions we found yesterday on safari in the Kruger National Park at Berg-en-Dal rest camp! They caused quite a big traffic jam because they were directly in front of the camp gates. Then they decided to cross the road in front of us! How lucky can we be!

- Posted by: Wild Photo Africa facebook page. Dec 25, 2019.

4 young Jock males, force already.
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