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(11-19-2021, 07:38 PM)Potato Wrote:
(11-19-2021, 06:51 PM)Timbavati Wrote: Up-close and personal  with Sindzisa! One of the two Skorro males
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You recently said you have update on Monwana male and yet you did not post it. Not that I hurry you tho surely there are members there with me included which are very intrested in whereabouts of Monwana male Joking
Soon as I can, I'll post the update. Currently working in Timbavati map.
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Can everyone just chill now. I never had issues with anyones opinions here. You all are acting like its the Facebook or Youtube lion community. 

If a topic starts flooding the boards. Just create a new forum thread.
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Hello everyone this is just a reminder if you have disputes with each other settle it privately,debates are allowed but again keep it cordial. Do not crap up these threads.
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As our mod @Lycaon said. Discussions and problems between members can be solved via PM. Each word will had a big impact with WildFact. Which also could end with mods take action in the matter. endless discussion with non-appropiate language won't be tolerated anymore. Debate(s) are allowed as long it's in a respectful way.
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@Timbavati Hey, I believe you mentioned it before, who were the dominant males of the Ngati Pride before the Masungulo males arrived?
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Not sure who killed it, or if both were involved, but here is a short video showing BYM and TYM with a fresh young buffalo kill.




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( This post was last modified: 11-22-2021, 02:52 AM by Timbavati )

Geurnsey male has a partner!
Credits: Andi Dill

It would be really cool if any of you can identify his partner

Edits: People are saying its the Monwana young male, son of Trilogy males.

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( This post was last modified: 11-22-2021, 02:54 AM by Timbavati )

(11-22-2021, 02:15 AM)Mdz123 Wrote: Geurnsey male has a partner!
Credits: Andi Dill

It would be really cool if any of you can identify his partner

Edits: People are saying its the Monwana young male, son of Trilogy males.

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Yes, it's 1/3 Monwana males
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( This post was last modified: 11-22-2021, 08:43 PM by Timbavati )

A Timbavati update: The oldest son of the Black dam male born in March 2016 in the Monwana pride was seen around a week ago with 1 of the 3 Thornybush males and possibly Guernsey
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( This post was last modified: 11-22-2021, 08:43 PM by Timbavati )

(11-22-2021, 02:55 AM)Timbavati Wrote: A Timbavati update: The oldest son of the Black dam male born in March 2016 in the Monwana pride was seen around a week ago with 1 of the 3 Thornybush males and possibly Guernsey

Nice that he linked up with his cousins. What arena have they been seen in?
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( This post was last modified: 11-22-2021, 08:43 PM by Timbavati )

(11-22-2021, 03:13 AM)Potato Wrote:
(11-22-2021, 02:55 AM)Timbavati Wrote: A Timbavati update: The oldest son of the Black dam male born in March 2016 in the Monwana pride was seen around a week ago with 1 of the 3 Thornybush males and possibly Guernsey

Nice that he linked up with his cousins. What arena have they been seen in?

Thornybush
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( This post was last modified: 11-22-2021, 08:41 PM by Timbavati )

(11-22-2021, 03:42 AM)Timbavati Wrote:
(11-22-2021, 03:13 AM)Potato Wrote:
(11-22-2021, 02:55 AM)Timbavati Wrote: A Timbavati update: The oldest son of the Black dam male born in March 2016 in the Monwana pride was seen around a week ago with 1 of the 3 Thornybush males

Nice that he linked up with his cousins. What arena have they been seen in?

Thornybush

Its nice seeing the remaining Monwana male has found new partners, after many months as a solo male.
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Good for that Monwana male! Hes a survivor for sure! Thank you for the update my friend!
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The limping Monwana male born was seen with one of the three Thornybush/Monwana males and possibly Guernsey on a Giraffe kill in the western parts of Thornybush 
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(11-09-2021, 03:43 AM)Timbavati Wrote: Hi DA. Welcome to WildFact forum. Hope you enjoy much as we do. If you ever has a question, don't doubt in ask me. The Timbavati males were born into the Jacaranda pride in 2003/4. These males were dominant in the Northern parts of Timbavati.  But they also were dominant in Ingwelala/Umbabat and Ntsiri.  These cubs, in fact, are from the Machaton pride and were sired by the Timbavati males.

Thank you.  Are the cubs in the picture the Machaton Males.  Is their natal pride extinct?
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