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Nharhu Male Lions

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a Few days ago, Tracker Rennico found the two Nharhu males after they successfully took down a young Zebra.

https://www.facebook.com/rockfigsafarilodge/videos/4247276288621253
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Mpohlo in all his glory back in October 2020
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The Nharhu males in two separated images. First photo Skorokoro and Mpohlo and 2nd picture Xitaya and Mpohlo.
Image by: Chad Cocking

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One of the Nharhu male lions finishing off a scent marking exercise and looking all regal. Quite impressive the big territory that the three Nharhu males have conquered in just 1 year. Central Timbavati up northern Timbavati, And often they go into KNP and Klaserie.
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The limping Nharhu male
Flehmen Grimace: a mammalian behavior in which the animal inhales with the mouth open and upper lip curled to facilitate exposure of the vomeronasal organ to a scent or pheromone (Merriam-Webster dictionary).
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2 of the Nharhu males featured on Tanda Tula sofa safari episode N61.
As per Chad Cocking. They're becoming more and more impressive as time goes by.
Screenshot from: Sofa Safari Episode 61 with Chad Cocking

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The dominant males of the River pride!
3/3 Nharhu males
Screenshot from: Umlani Bushcamp (instagram)

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Dominance
The three Nharhu males - Mpohlo - Xitaya and Skorokoro.
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One of the Nharhu males, Skorokoro at Kings Camp Lodge
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Credit Cathan Moore
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(01-14-2021, 02:33 AM)Psyckoo Wrote: One of the Nharhu males, Skorokoro at Kings Camp Lodge
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He's so regal
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I follow your post since you star and these males are still impressive
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