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Talamati/Msutlu Pride

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Last talamati breakaway lioness

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(09-15-2023, 01:59 AM)Tonpa Wrote: Last talamati breakaway lioness


I hope that girl takes care of herself, she should be very cautious of everything in the bush, so many relying on her.
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Worth mentioning the elder Talamati lioness who was briefly with S8 and the breakaways has apparently separated from them, wouldn’t be surprised if she tried to rejoin the original Talamatis but they’re obviously down South.
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(09-15-2023, 02:08 AM)KM600 Wrote: Worth mentioning the elder Talamati lioness who was briefly with S8 and the breakaways has apparently separated from them, wouldn’t be surprised if she tried to rejoin the original Talamatis but they’re obviously down South.

She wasn’t w the breakaways but w the Imbali Pride. But yes, today seen alone.
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(09-15-2023, 07:51 AM)criollo2mil Wrote:
(09-15-2023, 02:08 AM)KM600 Wrote: Worth mentioning the elder Talamati lioness who was briefly with S8 and the breakaways has apparently separated from them, wouldn’t be surprised if she tried to rejoin the original Talamatis but they’re obviously down South.

She wasn’t w the breakaways but w the Imbali Pride.   But yes, today seen alone.

Can we name her I hate calling her silver eyes sister she deserves a name
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(09-15-2023, 07:51 AM)criollo2mil Wrote:
(09-15-2023, 02:08 AM)KM600 Wrote: Worth mentioning the elder Talamati lioness who was briefly with S8 and the breakaways has apparently separated from them, wouldn’t be surprised if she tried to rejoin the original Talamatis but they’re obviously down South.

She wasn’t w the breakaways but w the Imbali Pride.   But yes, today seen alone.

I thought I might have missed something, I knew of the Imbali co-mingling just not the breakaway one, glad you clarified it.
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(09-15-2023, 07:51 AM)criollo2mil Wrote:
(09-15-2023, 02:08 AM)KM600 Wrote: Worth mentioning the elder Talamati lioness who was briefly with S8 and the breakaways has apparently separated from them, wouldn’t be surprised if she tried to rejoin the original Talamatis but they’re obviously down South.

She wasn’t w the breakaways but w the Imbali Pride.   But yes, today seen alone.

Can we name her I hate calling her silver eyes sister she deserves a name

What would you like to call her? I'd offer that we could call her divot, for her tail. Of course anything we used would be entirely unofficial. Only @Tonpa is currently granted official naming privileges.
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Hahaha
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(09-15-2023, 10:40 AM)Tonpa Wrote: Hahaha

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(09-15-2023, 09:24 AM)Tylermartin! Wrote:
(09-15-2023, 07:51 AM)criollo2mil Wrote:
(09-15-2023, 02:08 AM)KM600 Wrote: Worth mentioning the elder Talamati lioness who was briefly with S8 and the breakaways has apparently separated from them, wouldn’t be surprised if she tried to rejoin the original Talamatis but they’re obviously down South.

She wasn’t w the breakaways but w the Imbali Pride.   But yes, today seen alone.

Can we name her I hate calling her silver eyes sister she deserves a name
I think of her as Nana/Grandma booboo tail. She got that tail injury so long ago! I believe she and dark mane got beat up by hyenas. The end of her tail was floppy for awhile and I thought she was for sure going to lose it. What amazing healing abilities they have!
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Old Talamati lioness with members of the Nkuhuma Pride on a buffalo kill 

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Wonder how many of her teeth she still has, looks like she's struggling to open the carcass and wants to move to the front where the Nkuhumas are

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(09-15-2023, 10:09 AM)BA0701 Wrote:
(09-15-2023, 07:51 AM)criollo2mil Wrote:
(09-15-2023, 02:08 AM)KM600 Wrote: Worth mentioning the elder Talamati lioness who was briefly with S8 and the breakaways has apparently separated from them, wouldn’t be surprised if she tried to rejoin the original Talamatis but they’re obviously down South.

She wasn’t w the breakaways but w the Imbali Pride.   But yes, today seen alone.

I thought I might have missed something, I knew of the Imbali co-mingling just not the breakaway one, glad you clarified it.

There was a report that she was very close proximity of the Talamati Breakaways and S8 but they never joined. Days afterwards she was seen among a few members of the Imbalis in very poor shape. They allowed her to feed and she recovered and stayed among them from what seemed a month. Until yesterday when seen roaming solo. This morning she pulled a wonky eye and was seen feeding among the Nkuhumas. If they continue to allow her presence she could do well since we know they’re phenomenal hunters
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(09-16-2023, 04:29 AM)Tonpa Wrote:




Can see some darkness coming thru the lesser-maned male, good to see.
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