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The Birmingham Males

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(08-17-2023, 09:54 PM)Tylermartin! Wrote: Was nhenha ever seen contact calling for tinyo after he disappeared?

That happened at Ndhzengas invade, not a lot of sightings of Nhenha then as he was hiding and not doing much of roaring either, he was low profile.
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(08-17-2023, 10:15 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(08-17-2023, 09:54 PM)Tylermartin! Wrote: Was nhenha ever seen contact calling for tinyo after he disappeared?

That happened at Ndhzengas invade, not a lot of sightings of Nhenha then as he was hiding and not doing much of roaring either, he was low profile.
Thanks for that I was just wondering if seen a few videos recently about when lions lose their partners and they don’t know what happened to them theyll contact call for them like Mr t when kinky tail died 3 tooth tsalala when his brothers died he contact called for months and I wondered did nhenha know
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( This post was last modified: 09-21-2023, 09:32 PM by afortich )

Old video from Scar but thought it is a good idea to have a summary of the Birmingham boys here.




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Throwback...

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ST Kambula with a lioness, S1, 1km away west of Nyamundwa dam, by Ebrahim:


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Just a question but does anyone know the age order of the Birmingham males it is very odd bc it looked like tinyo was older than nhenha and pretty sure nsuku was the oldest and scrapper was the youngest
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(02-29-2024, 12:24 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: Just a question but does anyone know the age order of the Birmingham males it is very odd bc it looked like tinyo was older than nhenha and pretty sure nsuku was the oldest and scrapper was the youngest

In my opinion its Nsuku, then Tinyo, Mfumo, who might be littermates, then Nhenha and Scrapper as youngest.
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(02-29-2024, 03:25 PM)Tr1x24 Wrote:
(02-29-2024, 12:24 AM)Ttimemarti Wrote: Just a question but does anyone know the age order of the Birmingham males it is very odd bc it looked like tinyo was older than nhenha and pretty sure nsuku was the oldest and scrapper was the youngest

In my opinion its Nsuku, then Tinyo, Mfumo, who might be littermates, then Nhenha and Scrapper as youngest.

I thought the same thing
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Throwback Thursday - A fantastic portrait of the Birmingham male (Nhenha)
Photo credit: Richard Guijt

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