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Plains Camp males

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Their victory in western sector didn't give them a lot, because of lack of females there, they prob realize it themselves, so they turned east towards northern Sabi Sands, area which they know from nomadic days and they know which dominant males are there. 

Their absence in western sector is prob reason why we now again see Nhenha and NK in that area. 

Will be interesting to see if they will actually challenge Mohawk and Blondie.
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(09-28-2022, 04:52 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote: Their victory in western sector didn't give them a lot, because of lack of females there, they prob realize it themselves, so they turned east towards northern Sabi Sands, area which they know from nomadic days and they know which dominant males are there. 

Their absence in western sector is prob reason why we now again see Nhenha and NK in that area. 

Will be interesting to see if they will actually challenge Mohawk and Blondie.

Seems bound to happen. Pletheral of females in the talamati pride, and in time another pletheral of females in the Nkkuma pride. Although both the avocas and plains camp males are in their prime. There’s no doubt, health wise is the big domino here. Plains camp males are simply healthier and are in exquisite shape and are huge males.
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Back in singita 


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(09-28-2022, 01:39 PM)Tonpa Wrote: By Guest Gary LaMorte. Not sure how close they are to Dark Mane on his kill



He thinks the Avocas are bigger? I doubt.
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( This post was last modified: 10-01-2022, 08:59 AM by BA0701 )

At 5:23, although it does not present the plains camp males, but it details they had a skirmish with the Birmingham males as they returned back to the west.




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At 0:36, presents the plains camp males on the border of Londolozi, essentially entering into Nwashaka males territory. That’s boys are all over the place. Quite interesting to say the least.




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( This post was last modified: 10-02-2022, 12:40 AM by BA0701 )

(10-01-2022, 08:30 AM)Chris Wrote: At 0:36, presents the plains camp males on the border of Londolozi, essentially entering into Nwashaka males territory. That’s boys are all over the place. Quite interesting to say the least.





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(10-01-2022, 08:30 AM)Chris Wrote: At 0:36, presents the plains camp males on the border of Londolozi, essentially entering into Nwashaka males territory. That’s boys are all over the place. Quite interesting to say the least.





A few weeks ago, there was a video of these boys calmly dining on a zebra carcass with their cubs. That was already in the Ndzhenga territory.
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(10-01-2022, 08:30 AM)Chris Wrote: At 0:36, presents the plains camp males on the border of Londolozi, essentially entering into Nwashaka males territory. That’s boys are all over the place. Quite interesting to say the least.
(10-01-2022, 05:20 PM)Horizon Wrote: A few weeks ago, there was a video of these boys calmly dining on a zebra carcass with their cubs. That was already in the Ndzhenga territory.

Not all Londolozi is Ndhzengas territory, it is only easter/southern areas, western and northern Londolozi is not considered Ndhzengas territory, areas in which Plains Camps and N. Avocas can be seen.
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(10-01-2022, 05:58 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(10-01-2022, 08:30 AM)Chris Wrote: At 0:36, presents the plains camp males on the border of Londolozi, essentially entering into Nwashaka males territory. That’s boys are all over the place. Quite interesting to say the least.
(10-01-2022, 05:20 PM)Horizon Wrote: A few weeks ago, there was a video of these boys calmly dining on a zebra carcass with their cubs. That was already in the Ndzhenga territory.

Not all Londolozi is Ndhzengas territory, it is only easter/southern areas, western and northern Londolozi is not considered Ndhzengas territory, areas in which Plains Camps and N. Avocas can be seen.
@Tr1x24  Questions here. Wasn’t Western and Northern Londolozi part of Birmingham coalition‘s territory up until Nov, ‘21? These areas not patrolled by Ndzengas now?
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I think its best to see Londolozi as somekind of nomans land.
Each of the neighbouring coalitions and prides use it with lots of territorial overlap.
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( This post was last modified: 10-02-2022, 11:44 PM by Tr1x24 )

(10-01-2022, 06:56 PM)Horizon Wrote: @Tr1x24  Questions here. Wasn’t Western and Northern Londolozi part of Birmingham coalition‘s territory up until Nov, ‘21? These areas not patrolled by Ndzengas now?

No, even Nhenha and Tinyo didnt control this areas in 21, western territory was OM's and north Londolozi was N. Avocas.

After Ndhzengas takeover in late 2021, its pretty much the same, as Ndhzengas took Birminghams territory, while western and northern sector is to PC males and N. Avocas, although N. Avocas are pushed more back north then before.
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( This post was last modified: 10-02-2022, 11:30 PM by BA0701 )

Plain camp males
https://youtube.com/shorts/CHySyQ4YdmM?feature=share
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(10-02-2022, 11:20 PM)DARK MANE Wrote: Plain camp males
https://youtube.com/shorts/CHySyQ4YdmM?feature=share

Youtube shorts videos don't display correctly, and must be entered into the posts as links.
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Since the dominant male has been given a name, so how about we give his brother a name? He's known to be a loyal/ally, we may call him "Zeeno" which means "Loyal and Courageous" in African..
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