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N'waswitshaka males

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The old N'waswitshaka males with their pride (possible N'waswitshaka pride) in 2016.
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(07-30-2021, 01:49 AM)lionuk Wrote: The old N'waswitshaka males with their pride (possible N'waswitshaka pride) in 2016.
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Those cubs are most likely 4 Nwaswitshakas and their siblings.
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Four N’waswishaka males were seen today, trailing a herd of buffalo. They watched their prey cross an open area. When in the exposed open plain, the males waited, biding their time until the herd slowly made their way into the thickets beyond. The males then leapt into action, fully exposed. Unfortunately, their attempt was unsuccessful, perhaps the next will be more promising.


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3 N'was males and Styx pride seen together on a Zebra kill 
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Four N’waswishaka males trailing a herd a buffalo again yesterday. They kept their eyes locked on the herd. They waited for the perfect opportunity before giving chase and managed to bring down a buffalo calf. 


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