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Othawa Pride

Panama Mapokser Offline
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I doubt this will affect the Othawas. Nothing changes. What can affect Othawas is if Manghenis are forced to take over the West by the Kambulas and BDM.

Reason why Manghenis were spending so much time in the west was because the Kambulas and BDM were spending time in Singita.

The Manghenis always had numbers to take over the Western Sector, this since the Majingilane times, but never did, their territory is huge already and they are satisfied with only the eastern bits of Savanna.
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So I don’t wanna start an argument but are we sure the last two girls are sassys? Any photo evidence of this or photo comparison I’d like to put this to rest once and for all lol
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(03-08-2024, 12:29 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: So I don’t wanna start an argument but are we sure the last two girls are sassys? Any photo evidence of this or photo comparison I’d like to put this to rest once and for all lol

If im not mistaken its 1 Sassy and 1 Juniors mom, as 1 female is a bit younger and was smaller.
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(03-08-2024, 12:45 AM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(03-08-2024, 12:29 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: So I don’t wanna start an argument but are we sure the last two girls are sassys? Any photo evidence of this or photo comparison I’d like to put this to rest once and for all lol

If im not mistaken its 1 Sassy and 1 Juniors mom, as 1 female is a bit younger and was smaller.

That is what I thought as well and the smaller girl looks a lot like juniors mom any photos of the two?
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The one on the right is the dead one.

The other 2 are the current Othawas. Still, even this smaller female who died is believed to be also a littermate of the other 2.


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The girls on the left and right look like twins very similar and smaller than the girl in the middle any photos of juniors mom?
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(03-08-2024, 04:22 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: The girls on the left and right look like twins very similar and smaller than the girl in the middle any photos of juniors mom?


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The one in the front:


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I can’t tell at all the middle girl is definitely sassy and juniors mom had 2 girls 1 boy right?
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(03-08-2024, 03:22 AM)Mapokser Wrote: The one on the right is the dead one.

The other 2 are the current Othawas. Still, even this smaller female who died is believed to be also a littermate of the other 2.


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Yes, highly probable that they're all from the same litter, Sassy's litter.  By the looks of it, 2 daughters from Scar Eye Tumbela and the middle from Limpy Tumbela.  I think Auntie Othawa's litter was just too young and vulnerable to the takeovers.  The male was the last one that died, while he was on the run with Sassy and her litter.  Pale-eyed male, resembling Skorro Jr., too. They would have been barely a year old to survive on their own, the younger cubs. If only the takeovers had happened a few months later, to buy those little ones some crucial time that would have given them a fighting chance, at least.
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Yeah idk about that
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Plus, I recently saw footage of the darker one in front of the Nk. Breakaways, and she had a resemblance from a certain angle to her half sister, Gingerella, leading furthur credence to the belief that both of the remaining females are from the same litter.
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Tbf the Othawa Breakaway is a carbon copy of 1/2 of her father, the Ginger Matimba. I don't think she'd resemble her half-sisters a lot.

Regardless, it's almost certain that both are littermates. It'd be a bigger mystery had the third female was alive, she was much smaller than these 2.

To claim the 1/2 living Othawa is not a littermate to the other one is to say she was much bigger than the one who died, despite being supposedly 3 months younger, and that at a time where they were around 1,5 years, meaning 3 months of difference in age would be huge.
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Post is from several days ago. Guessing the Tumbela male was elsewhere at the time.

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Two stories now to watch now in SS.  The Kambula boys and sister, and now this.  How will NK handle these amazing girls.



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