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Shishangaan Male Lions

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Most recent sighting of Casper, on 23th November 2022.
" 23 nov. 2022
Casper the White Lion and his Brother Footloose calling the rest of the Shish Coalition. Filmed close to Satara Rest-camp in Kruger National Park, South Africa. "





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At any time the name "Casper" has been pronounced. Thus, I don't know, this video dating from seven days, it's possible that we are seeing Casper, because of the scar close to its nose (recent wound). It's spoken about the Birmingham and Manyeleti prides, but in their threads, no one recent white lion is depicted. So:





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(7 hours ago)Spalea Wrote: At any time the name "Casper" has been pronounced. Thus, I don't know, this video dating from seven days, it's possible that we are seeing Casper, because of the scar close to its nose (recent wound). It's spoken about the Birmingham and Manyeleti prides, but in their threads, no one recent white lion is depicted. So:






These are the Birmingham Pride Sub adult males.  They’ve been in Tintswalo for a few weeks now.  Their fathers The Ross males are also near them
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