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Lions of Sabi Sands

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(01-21-2019, 06:45 AM)vinodkumarn Wrote:
(01-21-2019, 05:52 AM)leocrest Wrote: The nkuhuma boys are mfumo’s sons, right? Long live mfumo.

BBoys son, may be Mfumo. There is only one male in Nkuhuma boys.
The other boy with the Nkuhumas is a Mhangeni boy who was sired by Golden Mane ... good on the Nukuhmas for accepting him into their pride ... at least he will have another boy to venture off with because all the other Mhangeni boys are gone ... there are 2 sisters that went back to the natal pride and 1 sister that went missing.
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MALA MALA TODAY: February 1-3. Lions: At the end of our last report we mentioned that the body of an unidentifiable lion was found in the Tjellahanga River. Well, we have since gathered some clues. The STYX PRIDE were found in Kapen Open Area on Friday and 2 members were missing: a lioness and one of the youngsters. A few of the members also sported new battle-scars. They were seen again near Emsagwen Open Area on Saturday and were still 2 members shy. All 19 members of the Kambula (NTSEVU) Pride and the 3 Gowrie (BIRMINGHAM) Males spent Friday along our airstrip and they were all, barring one male, in front of Sable Camp today.

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That is leaving 7 sub adults to be raised by only 2 lionesses. I hope they do not share fate of last Mhangeni generation.
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19/02/2019 Sunrise safari drive, Djuma, a lot of lions tracks, but we found only one Nkuhuma lioness.


   
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