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N'waswitshaka males

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(01-17-2020, 01:07 AM)Hairy tummy Wrote: Intresting, think they will clash?

Generally male lions try their first takeover at about age 5, so for those boys is any time now.
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The nwaswishaka boys definitely seem to be building up momentum and dont look to be going away.i have been watching and reading every update on these guys i can find,hopefully they have a very bright future
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(01-18-2020, 10:57 AM)Hairy tummy Wrote: The nwaswishaka boys definitely seem to be building up momentum and dont look to be going away.i have been watching and reading every update on these guys i can find,hopefully they have a very bright future

I think they will have similar path as Selati males, going north in Sabi Sands, as there isnt big prides in the south and Skukuza area in Kruger. 

They are still somewhat cautious, prob because of their injured brother, they are taking things slowly. 

Best case scenario would be to take 2 Southern Pride females, sired cubs with them and rebuild Southern Pride, for the beginning.
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2 N'ws overtake giraffe carcass from Othawa male and Mhangeni pride (no info for now if fight happen) :

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According to Aidan Dunlop Was a take Over 4 males vs A lone Male (Othawa) and 6 Lionesses  (Mangheni)

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More photos about the N'waswishaka/Ndhzenga  Male at Lion Sands

Text by N'waswishaka/Ndhzenga male lions (Facebook)

Two of the four N'waswishaka/Ndhzenga Male with a giraffe carcass that have stolen yesterday to the Othawa Male

Thanks to Aidan Dunlop for aprove and Send us more photos of them 

Many people are ask about the Injury Male here info about them 

All four still together doing well,S.Avocas in Kruger mating with other females,They are scent marking and roaring every night

There’s the one older big one doing really well. The one eating the giraffe, the other older on has a large scar on his left front shoulder, and with a bad back leg and obvious limp. So not in the best of condition.the younger one is doing really well and has very very dark eyes compared to the other three, the other one with the really bad stomach injury is under developed but still keeping up with his brother and the other males

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The Injury Back leg is the Wide Nose Male


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Two of the four N'waswishaka/Ndhzenga Males in a stroll on Kruger National Park
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N'wshaka Male... pic by: hellenorheim

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1 of the 2 N'waswishaka males (fathers of this 4 young N'ws) in 2013 at Kirkmans Kamp:


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At that time they where called Matasaka males, and by the rangers words they where huge males.
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3 of the N'watwishakas in #lionsandgamereserve
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Is there still 4 of them?
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(02-18-2020, 06:36 PM)Hairy tummy Wrote: Is there still 4 of them?

Prob yes, injured one is there with 2 oldest ones, blonde one is missing, he is the most mysterious one, theres very few photos of him.
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4 N'ws males got chased off by 2 dominant males in Kruger (most likely 2 S. Avocas) :


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Elephant Herd Safari was following 4 N'ws males as they where walking around and scent marking on the road, but suddenly roars where heard behind 4 males who imidiately got alerted, and soon started running away, just seconds after 2 big males accured and where chasing 4 males full speed. 
More videos on : https://www.instagram.com/p/B81McIZBSsr/

Interesting things, 4 N'ws are investigating new territories it seems, as they where scent marking in enemies territory, they prob still dont know how many males are on this territory, but if those are 2 S. Avocas, they will know soon that they are only 2,will they challenge them??
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"Interesting things, 4 N'ws are investigating new territories it seems, as they where scent marking in enemies territory, they prob still dont know how many males are on this territory, but if those are 2 S. Avocas, they will know soon that they are only 2,will they challenge them??"

I was saying from quite some time already that those boys are just about to settle in some arena and push out some dominant males. With their numbers they have a lot of potential althrough scent marking territory is not deciding statement. They still can move out and target some other coalition. Just think about northen Avocas which made quite a mess in central Manyeteli and ealier in Imbali and they decided to not settle in neither of this arenas and instead they moved further south.
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