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Lions of Manyeleti

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(12-26-2020, 01:28 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(12-26-2020, 12:11 PM)swtlei4u Wrote: just a thought but does anyone can confirm if the kambula lioness are bigger then the nahru lioness?

Impossible to know..
Can't know for sure but the Birmingham Lionesses and Nharu females are said to be very big lionesses
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(12-26-2020, 12:22 PM)swtlei4u Wrote:
(12-21-2020, 07:51 PM)TinoArmando Wrote: A good old photo of 1/2 Orpen males (Junior of the Nkuhuma pride) at Honeyguide Tented Safari Camps - Khoka Moya & Mantobeni in Manyeleti
Image credit: Anton Van Loggerenberg

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i dont understand why the vets didnt intervened with the snake bite since they euthanized if their in pain to stop the suffering! its the same thing!! for instance the vets intervened when they had a rabies scare!!!

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( This post was last modified: 01-13-2021, 06:17 PM by Tr1x24 )

It seems that young male from Birmingham breakeaway (oldest of the 7,sired by Avoca/Giraffes) is trying to join Tintswalo males :





For now Tintswalo males didn't attack him, but this can be very dangerous for the lone male..
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(01-13-2021, 06:14 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote: It seems that young male from Birmingham breakeaway (oldest of the 7,sired by Avoca/Giraffes) is trying to join Tintswalo males :





For now Tintswalo males didn't attack him, but this can be very dangerous for the lone male..
For me it look much more that young Birmingham breakaway male is just moving around checking what is near his natal arena than trying to join Tintswalo males. I bet he will return to his natal pride shortly. Worth mentioning is that one of the Tinstwalo males was roaring firmily claiming the land of now demise Orpen males. I wonder how long they will stay in that arena before trying to claim some near by pride. It would be unusual for that males in Kruger to mate with females of their natal pride and I do not think Tintswalo males will mate with Mbiri females as well.
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(01-13-2021, 07:30 PM)Potato Wrote: For me it look much more that young Birmingham breakaway male is just moving around checking what is near his natal arena than trying to join Tintswalo males. I bet he will return to his natal pride shortly. Worth mentioning is that one of the Tinstwalo males was roaring firmily claiming the land of now demise Orpen males. I wonder how long they will stay in that arena before trying to claim some near by pride. It would be unusual for that males in Kruger to mate with females of their natal pride and I do not think Tintswalo males will mate with Mbiri females as well.

Well, he didnt run from them and was acting submissive, but maybe he just tried to get some free meal..

Yea i think Tintswalo males will move soon. . they dont need to hurry tho, because theres no dominant males in that area, so they are still "buying time" to grow and gain confidence..

Tintswalo males did scan near by area few months ago, they have been east in Kruger, south Manyeleti/north Sabi Sands, north around Orpens Gate and Ngala.. So they pretty much know every coalition near them.. 

They heavy outnumber every coalition in those areas, so if they decide to attack specific area, i think they will claim it without too much trouble (maybe Mbiris and Ross males would be a tougher to beat, but RRM, DM Avoca, Imbali and Hamiltons males cant do very much other then run away)..
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Tintswalo males could also go north too...There’s not a lot of big coalitions there, although there seems to be a lot of young males. How many young coalitions (or potential) in the Timbavati right now? 5 Vuyela Males, 6 Black Dam Males, 7 Birmingham Breakaway Males.... probably many more that I’m missing.
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( This post was last modified: 01-14-2021, 04:04 AM by Tr1x24 )

Latest comment from Tintswalo says that its young male from pride with 2 white lions.. So that means thats injured BYM (Osindile) and not a male from Birmingham breakeaway, althrough they are prob not sure themselves :


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(01-14-2021, 03:37 AM)Gijima Wrote: Tintswalo males could also go north too...There’s not a lot of big coalitions there, although there seems to be a lot of young males. How many young coalitions (or potential) in the Timbavati right now? 5 Vuyela Males, 6 Black Dam Males, 7 Birmingham Breakaway Males.... probably many more that I’m missing.

Yes, they definitelly also go north and challange Ross males for Ngala region. What it comes to potential competition with other young males from Timbavati then: we have Vuelas which are way too far away to compete with Tintswalo males and we have young Black Dams and Birminghams which are much younger than Tintswalo males and shouldn't be true threat to Tintswalo males.
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(01-13-2021, 06:14 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote: It seems that young male from Birmingham breakeaway (oldest of the 7,sired by Avoca/Giraffes) is trying to join Tintswalo males :





For now Tintswalo males didn't attack him, but this can be very dangerous for the lone male..

this is the second video I saw with the Birmingham near the Tintswalos , doesn't this mean a conflict between the Tintswalo and Ross males is imminent ?
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(Yesterday, 01:24 AM)239Pu Wrote: this is the second video I saw with the Birmingham near the Tintswalos , doesn't this mean a conflict between the Tintswalo and Ross males is imminent ?

No, Birmingham young male both times ventured into their area in Manyeleti..
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