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Nkuhuma Pride

South Africa Wyld@Heart Offline
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Nkuhumas and cubs live on WildEarth at the moment with Mohawk. Haven't seen him live in a while, he's looking really good. Been on for a while now though so not sure how long they will stay with them.

Brilliant sighting, had the lionesses roaring about 20 minutes ago with Mohawk joining in just off camera. Haven't seen Blondie since I've been watching.
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Nkuhuma "cubs group" on the move :

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Plain camp male with one of the nkuhuma breakaway cub. 

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Throwback of the Nkuhumas w their Pride males

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1/5 Nkuhuma subadult males, he will be easily recognizable by his scar on the lip :

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Nkuhuma breakaway's :

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N Avocas with the Nkuhuma pride. Guide says they are pretty close to the Talamatis at the moment.




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Nkuhuma sub male by Muhammad Akoojee


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Nkuhumas on a buffalo by Tendai Moyo.
They've definitely mastered how to bring buffs down


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(07-05-2022, 04:47 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Nkuhumas on a buffalo by Tendai Moyo.
They've definitely mastered how to bring buffs down


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Quite impressive since they didnt have Blondie or Mohawk to help them take down the huge prey.
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(06-16-2022, 04:35 PM)Mabingilane Wrote: @Tr1x24 

Sorry for late response but Tattered Ear lioness is Nkuhuma male's sis & littermate. She is a mother of the young cubs. 

Nick eared lioness (purple eyes daughter) is the one who is missing. She left with nkuhuma male and then tried to return but was chased away

Thanks.  I didn't know that Nkuhuma male had more than 1 sister (littermate)
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( This post was last modified: 07-15-2022, 03:46 PM by criollo2mil )

Sad news posted to the Lions of Djuma FB Group:

Sounds like Purple Eye has passed away.  Ufffff

User:  Maxine Gaines 
“Sighting reported to me by ex Londolozi head ranger Oliver Sinclair. Bad news coming out of the Sabi Sands, but sadly…. the circle of life. One of the Nkuhuma lionesses has been found deceased. She was seen on Marthly with the pride and two Avoca Males on a giraffe kill and then a few days later a wildebeest kill. On both occasions she was not being allowed to feed and at the wildebeest kill appeared to be struggling for breath. Taking raspy, bubbly breaths. She was seen yesterday deceased. She had a glassy right eye…. So sounds to me as if it could be Purple Eye ?although this ID has not been confirmed yet. Rest easy girl.
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Sad to hear that. I guess the pride was worried about catching whatever she had.
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