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Lions of Manyeleti

DARK MANE Offline
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Imbali young males.
Sons of old muluwati males.

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( This post was last modified: 01-29-2023, 06:36 PM by lionuk )

The young Mbiri female that sired by Orpen males unfortunately was found dead. It happened a week's ago. 
The young Birmingham males, including the white lion, are the main suspects as they were close to the pride. Still, it's so sad for the young female who had just turned two this month. 


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There’s a bit of confusion regarding the ID.  But Bill Drew reports all Mbiris have been accounted for.  

He suspects the Birmingham Pride and Mbiris got into a clash and a female body was found.   

Sounds like it’s possibly from the Birminghams who of course are outnumbered there
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(01-29-2023, 07:32 PM)criollo2mil Wrote: There’s a bit of confusion regarding the ID.  But Bill Drew reports all Mbiris have been accounted for.  

He suspects the Birmingham Pride and Mbiris got into a clash and a female body was found.   

Sounds like it’s possibly from the Birminghams who of course are outnumbered there

1 Birmingham sub female, with blue eyes, died not long ago.
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(01-29-2023, 08:12 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(01-29-2023, 07:32 PM)criollo2mil Wrote: There’s a bit of confusion regarding the ID.  But Bill Drew reports all Mbiris have been accounted for.  

He suspects the Birmingham Pride and Mbiris got into a clash and a female body was found.   

Sounds like it’s possibly from the Birminghams who of course are outnumbered there

1 Birmingham sub female, with blue eyes, died not long ago.

Yes.  The Blue eyed girl hasn’t been seen for about 8 weeks.   This new conflict could be one of her litter/age mates since the older April 2020 female seems to be easier to Identify.   

The carcass is of a two year old (appx)
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