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Lions from Botswana

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A young male lion in Savuti
Credits: Sarah Inkinen

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Can you describe this gorgeous shot?
The leader of coalition of five males after he finished his recent battle with a coalition of three males.

Okavango Delta, Botswana.
Photographer Credit: @arturstankiewiczphotography

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Duba Brothers
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Some very good looking males from Botswana. Savuti and Moremi 
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The Rebels - The stunning sons of the colossal king Sekekama



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(02-17-2022, 09:42 AM)Cunaguaro Wrote: Can you describe this gorgeous shot?
The leader of coalition of five males after he finished his recent battle with a coalition of three males.

Okavango Delta, Botswana.
Photographer Credit: @arturstankiewiczphotography


Damn, that's a warrior face!!! I love their savagery. Nice pic.
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Strange, though not entirely unheard of, behavior by young lions who consume their sibling who had been hit be a truck and killed.




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I have two questions, how old is Sekekama and for how many years did he rule?
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Cubs making bonds stronger!!




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(08-05-2022, 08:57 AM)Mapokser Wrote: I have two questions, how old is Sekekama and for how many years did he rule?

It still remains unknown when Sekekama was born. But many people estimate him to be born between 2005/6/7. As far I know, Sekekama and his brothers took-over their first territory between 2010/11. Here a sighting of Sekekama taken in December 2011. Photo credit: Steve's Safari Life
He had a good-looking blond-maned back in the day

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Sekekama and Torn Nose were part of a 5 male coalition way back before they were famous called the 5 Selinda males. They split into 3 and 2 coalitions and the rest is history. Theres a guy on FB that follows and has a page of them and it is excellent and he is always updating. His name i believe is Hasan Mohammad  and his page is just Sekekama or something to that extent.
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So he took over a pride in 2010, but when did he became a nomad? If I'm not mistaken Torn Nose and him are currently nomads right?
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Good looking boy!




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(08-27-2022, 01:34 AM)afortich Wrote: Good looking boy!





What a massive cat!
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(08-27-2022, 02:12 AM)Timbavati Wrote:
(08-27-2022, 01:34 AM)afortich Wrote: Good looking boy!





What a massive cat!

They make 'em big over there in Botswana!
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