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Talamati/Msutlu Pride

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Wait so these are possibly southern Avoca subs?? Thought you guys meant it was the PC sub from nkuhuna breakaways
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( This post was last modified: 02-14-2024, 01:57 PM by Tonpa )

People think it might be some split of the Nwaswitshaka Pride, These 4 have been in this area since atleast June 2023

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(02-14-2024, 09:53 AM)Mapokser Wrote: That's probably just the PCM.

Edit: To elaborate, the people filming it filmed both Talamati + friends, as well as PCM + lioness.

This is probably the PC pride. Talamati is now with his cousins.

The male in the back matches way too well with the PCM.

I hope the older Talamati returns but he is probably no more, given that, a coalition with his cousin of similar age would be perfect for the Talamati, it'd a coalition made of northern and southern Avoca legacy.

The PCM has been spotted by himself regularly in recent months tbf, so I’m not sure of this either.
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Well the pride might not be the PC pride but that male is almost certainly the PCM.

His weird mohawk mane is way too distinct.
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You know what I don’t think it’s either of them… if anyone is able to get a close up photo of that boy please post it lol
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So if he sticks with them he'd be in a coalition of 4 males???
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3, that group is two males, two females.
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Plus that bigger males??
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(02-18-2024, 07:42 PM)Tonpa Wrote:

Looks like the Nkuhuma male on slides 7 & 8.
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One of the other lionesses has introduced her two cubs to the pride. Cub count now stands at 5.

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Anyone knows when the Talamati subs turn 2yo?

They WildEarth now with full bellies:


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Close up on the boy, I wish he and his sister would develop to look like their mothers so we could have a better idea if their mother is the surviving female or not, to my understanding they are not littermates necessarily so the adult female may be the mother of only one of them, or maybe none of them.


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