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Lions of Manyeleti

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(12-19-2019, 12:52 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote: @Cunaguaro  hey, all your videos what youre posting are not working, just to let you know.

They do not play directly in the forum because they are not public videos, so I put the direct link at the end so they can watch the video by clicking on it. In the section where they explain how to post videos on the forum it is recommended to do that. You must have the facebook session open to view them by clicking on the link. I post them because they bring interesting moments to the forum. Unfortunately, most are not public videos. I'm sorry!
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For me direct links do not work as well Sad Are those videos from inside closed facebook group?
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It is better to share publicly links. So @Cunaguaro  try to find public videos and not private ones from this point on.
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(12-19-2019, 02:23 PM)Potato Wrote: For me direct links do not work as well Sad Are those videos from inside closed facebook group?

Yes!
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(12-19-2019, 02:31 PM)Lycaon Wrote: It is better to share publicly links. So @Cunaguaro  try to find public videos and not private ones from this point on.

Ok, I'll do that from now on.
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(12-19-2019, 11:37 PM)Cunaguaro Wrote:
(12-19-2019, 02:23 PM)Potato Wrote: For me direct links do not work as well Sad Are those videos from inside closed facebook group?

Yes!

Which group exectly? What is the name of this group?
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(12-19-2019, 11:56 PM)Potato Wrote:
(12-19-2019, 11:37 PM)Cunaguaro Wrote:
(12-19-2019, 02:23 PM)Potato Wrote: For me direct links do not work as well Sad Are those videos from inside closed facebook group?

Yes!

Which group exectly? What is the name of this group?

Lions Of Kruger National Park
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Junior the Orpen male


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FROM TINTSWALO LODGE:

Lions have also moved into our concession in record numbers, with no less than six prides appearing in the last while –including an exciting visit from the Birmingham Pride. This pride has become world famous because of two white lions that live in the group and appear in photos all over the world.

The big Talamari Pride is often in the area too, with their nine little cubs always in tow and looking healthy and happy. It’s wonderful that so many of the cubs have survived this long, and that is a testament to the continuing presence of the Avoca male who still stays with the pride to look after the youngsters.

The Mbiris have, once again, provided us with plenty of entertainment with various kills and attempted kills. They have also started moving further into the northern regions of the reserve, seemingly putting themselves further into the territory of the Orpen males.
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Junior of the Orpen male lions coalition feeding on a baby elephant at Manyeleti Game Reserve.

- Posted: 24 Dec, 2019.
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Tintswalo update

The two Orpen males have been moving around the Northern parts of the Manyeleti making sure everybody knows who they are. Roaring into the night on most nights, they have also both been seen mating with members of the Koppies pride. They were also seen on various kills with this pride. One day we found then with a young elephant! We are not sure how it died or if the lions took it by surprise. The males were also seen on a large male kudu with the Koppies females and even the Koppies young male. However, we do feel this young males’ days are numbered. The Orpen males are showing a lot of aggression towards him.
In the centre of the reserve the Red Road male was seen around Main dam with members of the Nharu pride, he seems to be holding firm with the Orpen males pre occupied with the Koppies females in the North. The Giraffe Avoca male seems to be holding on to life but is moving a lot through the centre of the reserve, not sure what he eats but also seems to be doing okay.
In the South we believe we have been seeing the Thanda Impie male, he is very close the Avoca’s territory and prides, time will tell but im sure the 3 Avoca’s will push him away.
On the prides front, the Mbiri pride is doing great, killing buffalo and wildebeest every 2 days or so. The Nharu male continues to grow in stature and confidence, he has been scent marking and even roaring. Let’s see how this will turn out. The Koppies pride are doing great with the Orpen males and their one cub is still alive and was seen with them on a baby elephant. The Scorro pride made a welcome return in the north west of the reserve numbering 11 animals, not sure where the rest of the pride were. The Nharus were seen around main camp a few times but with the thick vegetation around at the moment they disappear very quickly. The Talamatis are have also been back in the South with all 5 females and 9 cubs all looking great.

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(12-28-2019, 07:30 PM)Potato Wrote: Tintswalo update

The two Orpen males have been moving around the Northern parts of the Manyeleti making sure everybody knows who they are. Roaring into the night on most nights, they have also both been seen mating with members of the Koppies pride. They were also seen on various kills with this pride. One day we found then with a young elephant! We are not sure how it died or if the lions took it by surprise. The males were also seen on a large male kudu with the Koppies females and even the Koppies young male. However, we do feel this young males’ days are numbered. The Orpen males are showing a lot of aggression towards him.
In the centre of the reserve the Red Road male was seen around Main dam with members of the Nharu pride, he seems to be holding firm with the Orpen males pre occupied with the Koppies females in the North. The Giraffe Avoca male seems to be holding on to life but is moving a lot through the centre of the reserve, not sure what he eats but also seems to be doing okay.
In the South we believe we have been seeing the Thanda Impie male, he is very close the Avoca’s territory and prides, time will tell but im sure the 3 Avoca’s will push him away.
On the prides front, the Mbiri pride is doing great, killing buffalo and wildebeest every 2 days or so. The Nharu male continues to grow in stature and confidence, he has been scent marking and even roaring. Let’s see how this will turn out. The Koppies pride are doing great with the Orpen males and their one cub is still alive and was seen with them on a baby elephant. The Scorro pride made a welcome return in the north west of the reserve numbering 11 animals, not sure where the rest of the pride were. The Nharus were seen around main camp a few times but with the thick vegetation around at the moment they disappear very quickly. The Talamatis are have also been back in the South with all 5 females and 9 cubs all looking great.

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So, that unknown male who was mentioned on SafariLive and seen in Torchwood few days ago might be Thanda Imp Scorro, it would be great if we would see him on SafariLive, but for that he would need to move further into Avocas territory. 

No sighting of 5 Nharu young males, prob are hanging out further east in Kruger.
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Red Road male:


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He is in exellent condition, hanging with Nharu pride, also one of his fathers, the last old Avoca/Giraffe male, was also with them.
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Nharu pride and Red Road male

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( This post was last modified: 01-10-2020, 10:38 PM by Potato )

Orpen males announcing their pressence at Tintswalo Safari Lodge



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