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Lions of Manyeleti

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Nharu pride and Red Road Male on a wildebeest kill.  

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Red Road and the Nharus, by the Virtual Safari @ Tintswalo




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(04-06-2023, 10:45 PM)afortich Wrote: Red Road and the Nharus, by the Virtual Safari @ Tintswalo





few interesting updates which I had meant to add here last week but this video reminds Nharu seem to have lost two of the RRM sons.   

A report last week said two are no longer with the Pride….remains unclear if they’ve left willingly, pushed out, or lost to other lion pressures.   

Here today they list the count at 13.

That would be:

5 Lionesses, 5 Sub Females, 2 Sub Males and RRM.  

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(04-06-2023, 11:30 PM)criollo2mil Wrote: A report last week said two are no longer with the Pride….remains unclear if they’ve left willingly, pushed out, or lost to other lion pressures.

Hmm, well, oldest ones should be around 3 now, so they might be pushed out. 

I remember there was video from last year of RRM behaving agressive towards 1 of his sons.
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RRM and Nharu pride cornered a hyena in a culvert.

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Mbiri Pride on a giraffe kill.

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Kruger male in Manyeleti with what they think its Imbali lioness (although it might be Torchwood aswell):





This area in Kruger ( southern Manyeleti, northern Sabi Sands and western Mluwati Concession) is quite specific, we have 4 - 5 lone territorial males neighbouring each others.

Dont think there is any other area with so many loners at one place.
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Nice capture of “Junior The Second” as I affectionally  call him. The Orpen Sub adult male


“ The eldest male offspring of the Mbiri pride. His time of independence moves closer each day. Here he is relaxing after a failed hunt with the beautiful northern Manyeleti as a backdrop.”



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Red Road Male 

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New cubs in the Nharu Pride 

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(04-21-2023, 09:00 PM)Mwk85 Wrote: New cubs in the Nharu Pride 


What would be the latest composition of the pride?
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(04-22-2023, 07:47 AM)Mdz123 Wrote:
(04-21-2023, 09:00 PM)Mwk85 Wrote: New cubs in the Nharu Pride 


What would be the latest composition of the pride?

if we add these two cubs:

3 Original Nharu Lionesses (BBoy Sisters) 
2 Nharu Daughter Lionesses (Tumbela Sisters)
5 RRM Daughters 
2 RRM Sons
2 Cubs
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