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Lions of Tanzania (Serengeti, Ngorongoro and others)

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Sachin Rai: " Warrior!
He and his two brothers were taking on everything from hyenas to other lions and had battle scars to show. "



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The famous Namiri, son of C-BOY 
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Snyggve, aka as Namiri, Snyggve along with his coalition partner was roaming the plains of Serengeti when we chanced upon them for some amazing shots..
Photo credit to: Nishant Kurup

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(09-10-2020, 06:11 AM)TinoArmando Wrote: The famous Namiri, son of C-BOY 
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C-Boy and Hildur were two of the most gorgeous lions I have ever seen. His son clearly takes after him, very much. Amazing specimens!
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(09-11-2020, 01:07 AM)BA0701 Wrote:
(09-10-2020, 06:11 AM)TinoArmando Wrote: The famous Namiri, son of C-BOY 
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C-Boy and Hildur were two of the most gorgeous lions I have ever seen. His son clearly takes after him, very much. Amazing specimens!

totally agreed
Namiri is such a wonderful specimen, big and handsome like his father I'm glad that those old guys left legacy behind in the Serengeti.
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Sachin Rai: " A lion couple mating in the Ngorongoro crater, Tanzania. "


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Marlon du Toit: " A lioness sits up in realization that she’s about to get soaked by a Serengeti downpour. She’s on the open marshes of the Ndutu plains & there’s simply no shelter for her.
As a photographer I always look to add more elements to the frame. It could be emotional, capturing subtle changes in behavior etc. But my fave is adding different natural elements such as dust, wind or rain. Just make the image so much more interesting. "



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Johan Van Zyl: " A magnificent Male Lion in the Ngorongoro Crater.

With all the rain around large parts of East Africa, many of the roads around the Parks were closed. What it did mean though is that we had some beautiful lush green vegetation which made for some amazing dark green backgrounds.
This Male and his brother (coalition of 5) were lazing about, as big cats usually do, but when they eventually picked up their heads they revealed their true beauty. "





Johan Van Zyl: " A Big Male Lion moving out of the sun as the morning started warming up in the Ngorongoro Crater.
This particular Male was with a Lioness, and appeared to very interested in her. As soon as she moved towards a clump of thickets to get some shade, he wasn't too far behind her... "



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Johan Van Zyl: " Three Musketeers in the Ngorongoro Crater. "


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