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Nharhu Male Lions

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(11-08-2021, 01:57 AM)Timbavati Wrote: Skorokoro was seen this morning on a territorial patrol and constact calling. He's looking in good condition!
Photo courtesy of: Jackie Boshoff

Looks like he "swap" territory with Skorro's.
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(11-08-2021, 02:31 AM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(11-08-2021, 01:57 AM)Timbavati Wrote: Skorokoro was seen this morning on a territorial patrol and constact calling. He's looking in good condition!
Photo courtesy of: Jackie Boshoff

Looks like he "swap" territory with Skorro's.

Skorokoro is following the River pride. They have been spending some time in Northern Timbavati for a few months already. Let's hope he'll stick in Timbavati instead of Ingwelala or Umbabat.
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Skorokoro - The last of the Nharhu males seen at Kings Camp with the River pride a couple of months ago.
Photo credits: Zaheer Zali

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Skorokoro
A young male leopard had killed an impala, only to have his bounty snatched by Skorokoro, who grabbed the carcass and climbed into a Marula tree to savour his opportunistic meal.
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Skorokoro, the last Nharhu
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Skorokoro. He's doing well with River Pride, protecting them. 
13th January
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Skorokoro at Simbavati River Lodge with his pride. 
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Skorkoro was seen yesterday at Motswari. Lookin in good condition.
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Skorokoro
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