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Lions of Sabi Sands

Poland Djumafan Offline
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( This post was last modified: 08-24-2019, 10:11 PM by Djumafan )

Maybe we should set up own thread for Nkuhuma Pride? Ha Ha
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From sunrise safarilive : Purple eyed lioness from Nkuhuma pride has three little cubs!
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From: Elephant Plains
Big Five Sighting – 19-25 August 2019

by Marlet | Aug 26, 2019 | Weekly Big 5 Sightings | 
  • The highlight of the week was Anderson, the male leopard and Xinzele, the female leopard chased of an impala kill by a clan of hyenas that were then chased off the kill by the Othawa male lion on Impala road


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Photo by Andrew Bartlet



Monday 19th August, 2019 (26ºC)

  • One Avoca male lion resting at Knobthorn Open
  • Makhomsava, the female leopard hunting along A-Main
  • One Avoca male lion drinking water at Red Dam

Tuesday 20th August, 2019 (23ºC)

  • Two Avoca male lions feeding on a hippo kill at Chitwa-Chitwa Dam


Wednesday 21st August, 2019 (25ºC)

  • One Avoca male lion resting on Mamba road
  • One Avoca male lion resting off of Sixes road

Thursday 22nd August, 2019 (28ºC)
  • One female lion of the Nkuhuma pride feeding on the dead hippo at Chitwa-Chitwa Dam


Friday 23rd August, 2019 (24ºC)
  • One Othawa male lion walking along Londolozi boundary.


Sunday, 2019 (32ºC)
  • Anderson, the male leopard and Xinzele, the female leopard chased of an impala kill by a clan of hyenas that were then chased off the kill by the Othawa male lion on Impala road
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a new coalition in Sabi Sand...

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The oldest of the four Nwaswitshaka males leads as the group continue to stalk 7 Buffalo. The last lion, peeling off at the back left of the photo, has a large wound on his lower left abdomen caused by a horn during an earlier encounter with the Buffalo. Zooming in closely reveals something hanging out of the wound - if it is muscle, he may recover, however, if it is intestine or another organ it is unlikely he will survive much longer.


Posted:- 28 Aug 2019
Written & Image By:- Henry

They were spotted in sabi sabi game reserve in south SS.
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One of the Ntsevu adults comes up for air from the melee around the giraffe carcass. With sightings of the pride only including 8 cubs for the last while (two were seen moving by themselves near the Sand River a few days ago), we are beginning to worry about the missing three. It’s still too early to tell though, and we will need to wait a couple of weeks before we can confirm that anything has happened to them. Hopefully our fears are unfounded.

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Nkhoru update

2 September 2019
"- Just before we got back to camp the whole Torchwood pride was found drinking at a pan to the East of the lodge . We are also happy to confirm that the pride has 5 new little cubs . There is also one cub still alive from the previous litter . Sadly though all the cubs do have terrible mange ."
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05/09/2019 - sunset safarilive

Amber eyes lioness talking with her four cubbies, that was amazing. 




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I just come to discover this video explaining the lions population dynamic according to recent events in Sabi Sand...




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