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The Birmingham Males

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(03-31-2020, 02:14 AM)sik94 Wrote: Apparently 16 cubs, the 5 older sub-adults nearing 2 years old.

14 cubs, 11 older subadults and 3 young cubs.
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(03-31-2020, 03:36 AM)swtlei4u Wrote:
(03-31-2020, 01:56 AM)sundarbans Wrote: How many cubs have the Birminghams had with the Kambulas and how old are they?

londoliza blog stated the kambulla 5 subs are males! that would be awesome if they make it to adult hood.

Londolozi stated that 8 out of 11 older subadults are males.
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3 CUBS 1 YEAR 9 MONTHS
 3 CUBS 1 YEAR 8 MONTHS
 2 CUBS 1 YEAR 7 MONTHS 
3 CUBS 1 YEAR 6 MONTHS 
4 CUBS 10 MONTHS
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(03-31-2020, 09:58 PM)Potato Wrote: 3 CUBS 1 YEAR 9 MONTHS
 3 CUBS 1 YEAR 8 MONTHS
 2 CUBS 1 YEAR 7 MONTHS 
3 CUBS 1 YEAR 6 MONTHS 
4 CUBS 10 MONTHS

Yea 11 older subadults are around the same age. 

1 of the 4 youngest cubs is missing. 

I also heard that of 11 subadults theres more males then females.
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Lets hope the Birminghams can hold on for at least a year so that the older subadults can grow old enough to disperse successfully. Would be really sad if the Kambula cubs go the same way as their siblings when the Majingilanes died. The Birminghams might be down to two and getting on a bit in years but they don't have any strong established coalitions around them so maybe they can hold on long enough.
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(04-01-2020, 02:04 AM)sundarbans Wrote: Lets hope the Birminghams can hold on for at least a year so that the older subadults can grow old enough to disperse successfully. Would be really sad if the Kambula cubs go the same way as their siblings when the Majingilanes died. The Birminghams might be down to two and getting on a bit in years but they don't have any strong established coalitions around them so maybe they can hold on long enough.

Yea i think Nhenha and Tinyo are in good spot to be in charge for few more years (Kambula lionesses are great hunters and they are looking very well fed alongside them) , they are still not that old and theres no potential challengers on horizon (maybe 4 N'ws in future). 2 N. Avocas, Nguvu and 2 S. Avocas will not challenge them.
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1 of 2 Remaining #Birmingham King Nhenha @ Londolozi Game Reserve
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Nhenha with a feisty Kambula lioness at MalaMala :


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Tinyo with pride:


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A proud Birmingham king surveying his kingdom - Londolozi Game Reserve
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