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N'waswitshaka males

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One of the N'waswitshaka males with a lioness taken in Kruger National Park 
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I hope that they will not do a Charleston 2.0 going Kruger and let their pride in Sabi...
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N'waswitshaka males, "aroud Southern SS" posted on 10.01.21
They are really beast now...
Dominant male Amahale

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Still here and in good shape, True survivor of the N'waswitshaka males, Gore

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Credit Facebook / Simon Scheiner
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They are back at Sabi Sabi :


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Still amazes me every time i see the gored male doing so well
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( This post was last modified: 01-14-2021, 02:54 AM by Tr1x24 )

(01-14-2021, 02:00 AM)Hairy tummy Wrote: Still amazes me every time i see the gored male doing so well

Its definitely a nasty injury, atleast from human perspective, but we actually dont know how nasty for a lion/animal, we can only speculate..

We dont know how much animals,in this case lions have lvl of pain tolerance .. But its almost certaint that is much higher then in humans, lions are one of the most toughest animals in the world. 

For example, i got my young female cat sterilise, she is around 3kg, she got around 5 cm cut under her belly with few stiches..after 24 hours, that cat was climbing trees and jumping from far onto my balcony, no signs of any pain whatsoever.. 
Now imagen that cut on us on that spot,yea..

So, is Belly Scar in pain? We dont know,maybe, but in my opinion nowhere near as we think, i think its more like that nasty cut, when we accidentally cut ourselves on a finger with a knife, it doesnt hurt that much, but you know its there and its bothering you..
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I agree, I think that if he survive during nomads days he will be fine, the only danger can be hunting or a fight with other males...
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