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Lions of Tanzania (Serengeti, Ngorongoro and others)

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Zhayynn James: " When you’ve been in lockdown for 2 months and haven’t had a haircut. "


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" La vida salvaje es cautivante, intrigante inesperada. Puede suceder en cualquier momento algo sorprendente. Y captar ese momento es un privilegio. Si disfrutaste la toma regálame un comentario.⁠"


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Lucien Beaumont: " Lions on walkabout in the Ngorongoro crater, the last young male giving us a good look as he passes. "


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Daniel Rosengren: " A lion being a bit passive aggressive. Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. "


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" A breathtaking shot of the famous four Golden Boys of Ndutu who were known as the „Lol-Gang“. Born in 2013 and 2014 the brothers Lojoolu, Lope, Loji and Loton arrived at the Ndutu area in Tanzania in 2017. Without wasting any time they quickly took over the whole northwestern part of the Ngorongoro Conservation area by sheer force, overthrowing the dominant males Romulus and Remus as well as the Katavi male and gaining control of all four prides of the region: the big Marsh pride, the Masek pride, the Twin Hills pride and the Thin pride.
Thanks to their constant blonde appearances they were one of the most spectacular looking coalitions of the Ngorongoro Conservation area in Tanzania. . "



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Daniel Rosengren: " The world famous lion C-boy peacefully enjoying a meal (wildebeest) in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. When he died, he was even honoured with an obituary in the National Geographic Magazine. "


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The beautiful shoulder maned Ngorongoro Crater Lion
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Zhayynn James: " Male lions often leave the pride, sometimes for days, patrolling their territories, scent marking their boundaries as warning posts to keep rival males away. When they return, they don’t always know if any rival male(s) has taken over their pride, so they approach cautiously. "





Huge and magnificent...
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Marlon du Toit: " AFRICA. "


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Zhayynn James: " Bad boy good looks. This is the leonine equivalent of ‘I woke up like this’. "


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Khalid: " King portrait "


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Daniel Rosengren: " A young lion being playfully interested in a baboon. The baboon didn't see the fun in it at all.

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania."


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Marlon du Toit: " A sense of perspective - eye level with the king of beasts. "


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Zhayynn James: " A pair of young male lions lounge in a thicket of ground covers, backlit by the morning sun. "


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Hey no ! The Ngorongoro's lions too are able to interact and even appreciate the water point...


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