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Lions of Tanzania (Serengeti, Ngorongoro and others)

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serengeti lions




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The Savage King Snyggve.

Always, It is not a good idea to provoke the king, for whatever the reason, the response will be painful.

Namiri Plains, Tanzania
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To follow & for print: @ananodeh_photography
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(06-05-2021, 07:14 AM)Cunaguaro Wrote: The Savage King Snyggve.

Always, It is not a good idea to provoke the king, for whatever the reason, the response will be painful.

Namiri Plains, Tanzania
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To follow & for print: @ananodeh_photography

Absolutely incredible image!
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Breathtaking shots of 1/2 Namiri Plains males, King Tryggve and his pride.

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
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To follow & for print: @steadie
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Completely maneless serengeti lion



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Huge young ngorongoro crater male lion! Damn...

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Huge and mascular young serengeti male lion! The lion has a yellow and not so big mane like the males generally in the serengeti NP.
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Monday mood
Breathtaking shot of 1/2 of Namiri Plains males, King Snyggve.

Namiri Plains, Tanzania.
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To follow & for print: @james.lewin_photography
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A photographer send me on Insta a picture he shot in Ngorongoro Crater. That male lion is just HUGE!
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Nice small movie, a day in the Serengeti among a pride of lions...






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Amazing shots of one of the five Lake Quintet males at Ngorongoro Crater taken by Jwalin Rami.

Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.
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Huge crater lion eating buffalo






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Huge beast from Ngorongoro Crater, 1/5 Lake Quintet male at African Eden!
"Now, You Wouldn't Want to Mess With This Big Daddy" 
#NgorongoroCrater #Hugemale #lakeQuintetMales 
By Anjan Lal Wildlife Photographer



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Great shot of two brothers fighting over the mating rights at Serengeti.

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
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To follow and for prints: @naturebydanielrosengren
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An old documentary about lions of the serengeti, wee can see solid specimens



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