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Matimba Sons

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(05-09-2021, 12:04 AM)Potato Wrote: Shaka


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The bigger Mbiri males was there earlier in the morning as per Big on Wild. Which means that he left the Manyeleti
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The sons of the matimba's are all big and healthy , good genetics.
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(05-09-2021, 05:38 AM)Lycaon Wrote: The sons of the matimba's are all big and healthy , good genetics.

I couldn't be more agree with you Lycaon, It's a bit normal to see that currently, As mostly of the current lions of Sabi Sands comes from the Timbavati, so, basically, the Timbavati region contributes greatly to the lion genes pool in Sabi Sands, 5 Birmingham males, 5 Avoca males, 6 Matimba males, 3 Nharu/Tumbela males, and some more in the way. Also, the majority of the coalitions mentioned above, except for the Avoca males, are related with the Birmingham pride, then, we're seeing some of the best genes of lions prominent of a pride of the GKNP
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2nd (skittish) Skorro male:

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