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Talamati/Msutlu Pride

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Old talamati female in the north 

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(07-16-2023, 09:47 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Old talamati female in the north

She is starting to behave like her sister Silver Eye towards the end, wandering around alone.
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Lmao...the uploader says the Talamati males are patrolling western sector. Lolz... more like keeping a low profile from the tanks that are the PC boys
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(07-16-2023, 10:27 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(07-16-2023, 09:47 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Old talamati female in the north

She is starting to behave like her sister Silver Eye towards the end, wandering around alone.

Most likely can't keep up with the younger lionesses. Let's hope she manages to avoid other lions and has a peaceful end.
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Possible blonde talamati  got grabbed on the neck??
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(07-18-2023, 03:55 AM)Friarfan619 Wrote: Possible blonde talamati  got grabbed on the neck??

Could be from ticks, it's the one spot they can't really groom themselves and need another cat to help
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Boys in the west by Vicki Wrobel


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It’s nice to see them commit to staying together. They have a very good relationship…DM jr was aggressive at times with Nkuhuma NYM and DM jr has not pushed his dominance on Khanya. They are both strong leader types. Apparently they’ve been killing a bunch of Buffalo.
I do hope Nym finds them and joins up permanently.
I wonder if they will run into the Ottawa girls and Dwizhala DM jr will be more accepting?
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Males are usually aggressive over food.  Does anyone know if khanya still limping?? Or could that have been nkuhuma??
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(07-19-2023, 10:44 PM)Tonpa Wrote: Boys in the west by Vicki Wrobel


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Good looking boys just like the father.
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Two Talamatis on londolozi

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