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Lions in South-Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia

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(01-17-2023, 02:15 PM)Spalea Wrote: @afortich 

About #371 "The male lion which killed a giraffe". It is spoken at 5mn56sec about a male lion weighing 260 kilos... Big beast !


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Wao, that boy is a beast. You can tell from the video that he's a huge good-looking specimen. 
Thank you for the measurements buddy!!
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This blondie Madikwe boy looks impressive!!




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Amakhala cubs!!




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Good looking Golden Lion!!




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Cute Amakhala family!!




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