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Matimba Sons

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(01-01-2020, 06:39 PM)Potato Wrote: I pressume you are reffering to that video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JqxxsXobBM which has mistakes in it. In 2015 one Matimba was mauled by Avoca/Giraffe males, in 2016 another Matima was seen in very poor condition and died soon after. After that last remaining Northen Matimba left Skorro pride and went into nomadic life. He was seen reoming Timbavati and partnering with RockFig male.  Yet it doesn't matter much as we talk about Koppies sub adult, not Skorro sub adult and we know for sure that Avoca/Giraffe were dominant over northen Manyeleti yet quite some time before mentioned subadult was born.

"Slit Nose died in January 2017 after a fight with Avoca/Giraffe males"

If that would be the case then facebook post I provided above would forsee the future. 

No, i was reffering to this video:





How do we know that this your facebook post is valid?
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(01-01-2020, 06:54 PM)Potato Wrote: Here you have copy pasted of older Tintswalo raport which is no longer available on official Tintswalo page:
https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-the-matimba-coalition?page=8

Tintswalo Safari Lodge, 1-8 March 2016: We didn’t have to go far to find Lions

Matimba males
"We only had one sighting of two of the Matimba’s this week, but it was great to see the big males. They killed a young Buffalo at twin pans. One of the Matimba’s had a really bad limp, and it seemed like he might have hurt his back left leg during the hunt. We not sure what has happened to the third of the northern Matimba’s,  but we did get some info that he was killed by the Avoca males, that graced our reserve a few weeks back. It seems the end of a phenomenal coalition of Lions, is in sight. The impact that these males have had on the area, has been immense. But I’m no prophet of doom, and the Matimba’s will only be finished, when they’re finished. For now, we’re just going to enjoy whatever sightings we have of these incredible males."

Which confirms what I posted before.

When and how Shaka died is irelevant, 2 Matimbas where still alive to the 2017.
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A very regal Junior.

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plz someone update this for me...!!! how many matimba offspring are there...???
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(04-29-2020, 01:00 AM)Raj8143 Wrote: plz someone update this for me...!!! how many matimba offspring are there...???

For those which we know that are still alive : 

Orpen/Matimba Junior, 1 DeLaporte Talamati, 1 Talamati with Mhanghenis, Torchwood male, 2 younger Mbiri males, 2 older Mbiri (1 in Nsemani coalition, 2nd hasnt been seen for a while), 2 Scorro males, 2 young Othawa subadults.
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Matimba Junior:


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(05-01-2020, 12:51 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote: Matimba Junior:


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name of this male? and which pride he controls ?
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(05-04-2020, 01:25 AM)Raj8143 Wrote:
(05-01-2020, 12:51 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote: Matimba Junior:


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name of this male? and which pride he controls ?

Junior Nkuchuma, he controls Koppies pride.
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(05-04-2020, 01:38 AM)Potato Wrote:
(05-04-2020, 01:25 AM)Raj8143 Wrote:
(05-01-2020, 12:51 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote: Matimba Junior:


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name of this male? and which pride he controls ?
any updates on matimbas sons ?
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A impressive Mbiri male (Junior) son of Matimba.

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Talamati male (in coalition with the two older Mangheni males)
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(05-24-2020, 07:16 PM)Fatlum Wrote: Talamati male (in coalition with the two older Mangheni males)
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which pride do they control?
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(05-24-2020, 08:29 PM)Raj8143 Wrote: which pride do they control?

They have territory around Pretoriuskop in Kruger.
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A Monochrome with one of the Older Mbiri male lions around Satara,KNP


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Orpen Male, One of the many Matimba sons!

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