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Matimba Coalition Male Lineage

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(01-28-2024, 12:36 AM)Mapokser Wrote: These 2 are the sames I posted a while ago on the Kruger thread, have they been identified as Nsemani males?

Yes, I have been told by guides of N'semani Dam that these young males are the sons of Senior Mbiri male and Rockfig male. They were seen hanging around N'semani Dam. Here is another photo of one of the N'semani males


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The lions on the video are Tintswalo males, not Mayambula males, through descrition under the video is intresting and one can wander how much of this is true:

The Mayambula Male Lion Coalition (6) originally controlled the area around Bobbejaankrans. One male lion was killed by a Buffalo in 2023. Three brothers went south-east and two brothers went west closer to the Orpen area.
Watch this beautiful Lion sighting in Kruger National Park South Africa of the Two Mayambula Brothers that went west.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXA-CgCyUco&ab_channel=IkyireneSafariandTravel
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Panama Mapokser Offline
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Yeah, recently a photographer had said 2 different people saw 6 Mayambulas.
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(01-28-2024, 11:49 PM)Mapokser Wrote: Yeah, recently a photographer had said 2 different people saw 6 Mayambulas.

So confirmed all 6 Mayambulas are alive?
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(01-29-2024, 02:40 AM)Potato Wrote:
(01-28-2024, 11:49 PM)Mapokser Wrote: Yeah, recently a photographer had said 2 different people saw 6 Mayambulas.

So confirmed all 6 Mayambulas are alive?

Just around 2 weeks ago:


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Greame Mitchley is a photographer who takes photos of Kruger lions daily, including the Mayambulas.
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Its official. The Mayambula Male Lions have taken over the Sweni Lion Pride.
We filmed this Mayambula male with two young Sweni Lionesses on the S126 while the other four brothers were roaring close-by out of camera range.





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(01-31-2024, 04:28 PM)Potato Wrote: Its official. The Mayambula Male Lions have taken over the Sweni Lion Pride.
We filmed this Mayambula male with two young Sweni Lionesses on the S126 while the other four brothers were roaring close-by out of camera range.

Any info where are 3 Sweni Pride males?
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Snip Tail Mayambula


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Photos taken in Octuber 2023 by Dicky Rutzen.

He writes: "lions close to muzandzeni picnic site six males one lost the tip of his tail one had a eye injury any news on them photos okt 2023"


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So yeah, one more recent sighting of all 6 males, recent in the sense we've not seen photos or videos of all 6 in a long long time to a point we thought one was dead, but this person has seen all 6 five months ago, and also there were sighting of all 6 last month.

This is great for the Mbiri legacy, all their Mayambula sons and daughters alive!
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Panama Mapokser Offline
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Vlak males:


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(04-18-2024, 10:52 PM)Mapokser Wrote: Vlak males:


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5 this time? Any info if 6th male is interacting with Sweni pride?
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No clue, I don't even know if this photo is recent.
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Video was taken in October 2023
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