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Lions of Tanzania (Serengeti, Ngorongoro and others)

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Two of the five heavyweights of the Ngorongoro Crater and that could be none other than the famous Lake Quintet male coalition, impressive massive bodies accompanied by a huge mane!  
#NgorongoronCrater #LakeQuintetMales
By Adrián Galán


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The beautiful King Snyggve at Serengeti National Park. Look at his mane! It's as he had it styled.
Picture taken this week. 
Photo credit: Auorecpz


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Meet the 3 Kaskaz pride males (Omokale, Bron and Rami), the 3 Kaskaz males are dominant in the Nyamalubwa area (Gardenia zone), northern Serengeti. 
#SerengetiNationalPark #KaskazPrideMales
By NASIKIA CAMPS - @moodieshots

Male #1
Kaskaz Mara Camp - Nasikia Guides’ Big Cat ID Project. 
Name: Omokale
Gender: Male
Age: 6-7 years old
Mane size: 10-15 cm
Nose color: Black with small patches
Ear tears: Left ear cut lower and upper
Unusual features: Black patch above the nose
No# left whisker: 30 ID spots
No# right whisker: 25 ID spots
Pride group: Kaskaz Mara pride
Conservancy: Serengeti national park
Location : Nyamalubwa (Gardenia area), Northern Serengeti
Notes: He is the head of pride leading his two brothers.
‘Omokale’ is a Kuria name meaning ‘warrior’ 


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Male #2
Kaskaz Mara Camp - Nasikia Guides’ Big Cat ID project:
Name: Bron
Gender: Male
Age: 5-6 years old
Mane size: 7-8cm
Nose colour: Dark patch with spot
Ear cuts: Both ears are cut
Unusual features: Scar on left lower mandible
No# left whiskers: 23 ID spots
No# right whiskers: 27 ID sopt
Pride group: Kaskaz Mara pride
Conservancy: Serengeti National Park
Location: Nyamalumbwa (Gardenia area), Northern Serengeti
Notes: He is the second of Kaskaz pride, he is handsome.
‘Bron’ is a name which means ‘origin’ or ‘the beginning of anything’


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Male #3
Kaskaz Mara Camp - Nasikia Guides’ Big Cat ID Project: Name: Rami
Age: 4-5 years old
Mane size: 8-10 cm
Nose colour: Black and pink spots
Ear tears: Both ears are cut
Unusual features: Scars on the body and lower mandible on right side
No# left whiskers: 31 ID spots
No# right whiskers: 27 ID spots
Pride group: Kaskaz Mara pride
Conservancy: Serengeti National Park
Location: Nyamalumbwa (Gardenia area), Northern Serengeti
Notes: He is #3 male in his pride.
The name Rami means ‘wise protector’, pleasing, a person who is happiest with people.


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Stunning shot of one of the five Lake Quintet Males who rules the Ngorongoro Crater area, characterized by the thick mane that extends to the middle of the back! Impressive males.

Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.
Photographer credit to follow & for prints: @zhayynnjamesphotography
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Man I really need to go to the ngorongoro carter and see some of these lions.!
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The Kaskaz pride males "Omokale, Bron and Rami" - the rulers of Nyamalubwa area (Gardenia zone), northern Serengeti.
"Today's pain is tomorrow's power. The more you suffer today, the stronger you are tomorrow"
#Serengeti #Nyamalubwa #KaskazPrideMales
By mohamed hassan @moodieshots


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The impressive Kings of Namiri Plains; Snyggvu & Tryggvu
Photo credit: AGPfoto


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